You want to sell your home. Do you know that an updated bathroom would cost you just $5,000-$7,500, and it would raise your home value by $20,000?
Kitchens and baths are the rooms that take the most wear and tear. Styles of counters, cabinets, and fixtures change over time.
Are your kitchen and baths holding your house back because they are stuck in 1995? After 15-20 years, your baths and kitchen are ready for an update.
I capture photos of houses with updated kitchens and baths when I am showing homes, and surfing the net. I featured new kitchens in a post last week. I will focus on updated baths that caught my eye now.
Notice how the shower doors are heavy, clear glass.
The extra little detail tiles in the shower at shoulder height add depth to the shower.
The bath seems larger because the mirror extends past the vanity to cover then entire wall.
Knowing the age of this home, I can say with certainty that the columns and arch were added during the renovation.
I am in the process of updating the hall bath in my home. The job will cost $5,000. The bath will be more attractive, and more pleasant to use.
Do you want a complimentary evaluation of the market value of updated bathrooms in your house? Would you like to know what houses with updated baths sell for, versus houses with original baths in your neighborhood? Not moving right now.... just curious. I'd be happy to run reports for you on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) showing the SOLD prices of homes with updated baths, versus homes with original baths.
Text or call me at 703-677-1120.