Renovations to Tackle Before Selling your Home (And Ones to Avoid!)

Reblogger Will Nesbitt
Real Estate Agent with Nesbitt Realty at Condo Alexandria 0225-089134

Renovations to tackle before selling your home (and ones to avoid) is an interesting article that offers some insight into the process of maintaining a home. For more specific information, continue reading below.

Original content by Jodi Goldberg


Getting you home ready to sell can sure seem overwhelming. Before you start painting, repairing, renovating, decorating, etc., lets take a look at some renovations that are worth your time, money & energy, and some that are definitely not!

DON’T add any new custom or unique features to your home like a wine fridge or hot tub.

DO paint your cabinets, install new hardware or replace your kitchen counter-top.

DON’T do any major construction or add square footage to your house.

DO replace your roof if it is in poor condition and make the outside of your home look inviting.

DON’T do a major bathroom remodel, even if you think your bathroom is outdated.

DO replace the bathroom sink or faucet, and give your bathroom a fresh coat of paint.

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DEANNA EARLY - - ( NMLS # 268590 )
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Often sellers think they will get a dollar for dollar return on last minute repairs.   I find that is just NOT the case.   Don't waste time, effort and money.

Nov 25, 2013 12:11 PM #1
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