Simple Home Improvements That Add The MOST Value

Make More Money When Selling Your Home! 💰💸


Looking to sell your home and want the best possible return on investment? We are here to help! Receiving the best deal when selling your home is all about making your house stand out –  while spending as little money as possible. Believe it or not, something as simple as a fresh coat of paint can have a great impact on your sale value… if done correctly. Read along for some inexpensive renovation tips from professionals to make more money when selling your home! 💸. –>>

1. Improve That Curb Appeal

The first impression potential buyers have of your home is its exterior. It is tremendously important to make sure that the exterior (especially the front) of your home is as well-presented as possible. Poorly maintained homes, or those painted an undesirable color, will be off-putting to buyers and may cause them to lower their offer or look elsewhere.

Although bold colors can be exciting, our professionals recommend using neutral colors on the exterior. Grays, whites, browns, and tans are timeless and will appeal to a wider range of potential buyers.

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2. Freshen Up Your Interior

Creating a good first impression with a tidy exterior is important, but you must ensure the interior is just as well-kept. Chipping, peeling, and faded paint inside your home will appear alarming to buyers as they will assume you have not taken good care of the interior. Make sure all walls are freshly painted and in good condition before listing your home.

Removing wallpaper will also lead to a better sale. Wallpaper typically turns off potential buyers because it often features busy patterns and will make the home seem outdated.

Our professionals recommend removing all wallpaper in your home and sticking with a neutral color palette. Light, neutral colors will open up the home making it appear both bigger and brighter. Neutral colors also tend to de-personalize the property creating a clean slate for new owners.

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3. Light Kitchen Renovations

Why Replace When You Can Repaint!

Kitchen cabinets are one of the first things that potential buyers will notice about your kitchen, so you have to make sure they are visually appealing. Painting your cabinets is 10x cheaper than having them replaced and they will look just as new!

Stray away from bold, dark colors as they tend to be unattractive for buyers and lean towards light colors such as whites and grays. Two-tone kitchens are also very attractive to the buyer. Light wall cabinets with a darker kitchen island are extremely common for today’s renovations.

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