Nowadays it seems like there is an app for everything and there definitely is. It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that there are actually a lot of apps out there that can help you while you are buying or selling your home. I’m sure at this point you are wondering how much these apps could genuinely help you out.
Let’s say you have $5,000 to spend right now on any renovation in your home. What would you choose? Depending on how creative you are at spending it, you could cross a lot off your reno to-do list.
One of the best home improvement projects you can take on is a bathroom renovation. Bathroom renovations, large and small, can not only increase your love for your home, but they can also have a large return on investment for the home owner.
Bathroom renovations are among the top renovations that yield the best return on investment with an average return of 62%. Another reason bathroom renovations are great for adding value to your home is that renovations both large and small yield a great return. According to Remodeling Magazine’s annual Cost vs. Value Report, a bathroom renovation of $16,724 will recoup 70% of the investment and a more extensive $54,115 renovation job has a return of 59.8%.
When it’s time to sell your home, you’ll be glad that you did a smart renovation by adding value to your home.
What’s in your attic? Just stuff that you never use…right? Attic is a space that we often don’t utilize because it’s unfinished. Imagine if you did finish the attic and better yet, imagine if it became a room in your home. Not only would it increase the value of your home , but it could become the space that you always wanted – how cool is that!
To inspire you, I wanted to share the 10 clever ways to revamp your attic for 2015.
Not everything you do to your home will increase its value. Home additions, skipping out on maintenance, or even painting the walls an unpopular color can make your home’s value tank. Clearly, no house is going to be perfect and have a magic value that continually increases regardless of anything you do in your home. If that were true, I wouldn’t even be writing this article right now. Continue reading