When preparing your home for sale, you want to make it look as good as possible. The more attractive it looks to buyers, the more likely you are to get offers.
However, you don’t want to make the mistake of over-doing pre-sale renovations. For example, completely gutting a reasonable kitchen to install one worthy of a magazine cover would be going too far. While the new kitchen would be a stunning feature, you likely would get only part of your investment back when the home sells.
Of course, sometimes doing a major renovations or upgrade is a good idea before selling a home. For example, if your backyard deck is dilapidated, it might make sense to have it refurbished or replaced.
As you can see, it’s not always easy to know what to renovate or upgrade. A good Realtor can advise you on the renovations and repairs that are important and will likely pay-out.
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