Updating the Exterior of your home.
- Whether it is painting the exterior of your home or just giving your siding a good scrub, doing this will help you be able to find any places that would need to be replaced; by giving your house a good cleaning will make your house appear brighter and know that with proper maintenance the siding will last longer too. Future home buyers like to know that the house they are buying was taken care of, and they aren’t going to be surprised by anything.
Make Sure The Grass Is Greener On The Other Side.
- When it comes to the value of your home, looks do matter, having a yard that is well taken care of will increase the curb appeal, and According to HomeAdvisor, a good first impression can increase a home’s value by 5%. If planning to list your home within 6 months, then consider starting to work on the outside now, to allow time for grass and plants to grow and mature.
Making A Home Office.
- If you have an extra room in your home, think about turning it into a home office, by installing the extra wiring for the internet and other necessary electronics. With more people working from home, the idea of an at-home office is a big selling point for many home buyers these days.
Let Us Not Forget The Bathroom.
- Bathrooms are often forgot about when it comes to quick fixes in selling a home, but there are a lot of different easy and inexpensive updates that will help for resale. Whether it is something like re-staining the cabinets, painting to a brighter color, or even refinishing a Bathtub; which is far less expensive than new.
Bring In The Natural Light.
- Dark Rooms feel out of style and smaller, installing skylights if possible, is an easy way to increase natural light. If not possible, finding a good light bulb that is closer to natural light will help the space seem brighter when paired with a lighter colored room too.