The housing market is finally starting to loosen up a little in 2024. But if you’re looking to get the most value out of your home before putting it on the market, you might want to consider a remodel.
Home Depot has released a report covering the top 10 ways of remodeling your home that will give you the best return on investment. These remodels aren’t just for sellers; some will quickly increase your home’s value while others will give you a great return on the original renovation cost over time.
Here are all the spaces you should be looking at upgrading to give your house its most functional makeover ever.
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It’s probably no surprise that the bathroom ranks number one on the remodel list for adding value to a home. It’s easy to tell if a bathroom is outdated whether that’s because of the layout or just old fixtures.
Although updating a bathroom isn’t always a difficult fix, it’s not necessarily something home buyers will be looking to add to their to-do list after moving in.
Home Depot says that upgrading the vanity is an essential requirement, along with bathroom sinks and showers. Storage is another major function that can add value (even if you’re just adding a few simple storage solutions to a small bathroom).
Don’t underestimate the power of new fixtures and paint, either—these updates are quick and easy but will add a modern feel to your bathroom.
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Updating the carpet before you move is a great way of increasing the value of your home—especially if you’ve already moved your things out. Home Depot specifies that your carpet might not look outdated, but that it could still need replacing.
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