Sprucing Up Your Home
Tidy up and make as many repairs before you put your home on the market. Sprucing up your house will bring in extra money once it is sold. Ensure the dollars you put into home improvements will be good investments that provide enough proverbial bang for your buck.
Before making any upgrades, hire a certified home inspector to determine what, if any, repairs should be made. Hardwood floors lose some of their appeal if they’re built adjacent to mold-infested cabinets. Unburden your home of anything that makes it look outdated, such as popcorn ceilings or faux wood paneling.
A fresh layer of paint will brighten up your property and add to its value. Replace unfashionable fixtures and fittings with modern designs. Ensure your home is in good repair and clean so it looks as sizable as possible.