5 Home Renovations to Suggest to Your Seller Leads

Real Estate Technology with Z57 Internet Solutions

What better way to do some renovations around the house that will increase the value of your home than the beginning of the year? Have your seller leads get ready for that summer selling season by suggesting them a few renovations for their home.


1. Light Bathroom Update

Updating the light fixtures in your bathroom can give it a better ambience without having to completely redo it.


2. Landscaping

There will always be an emphasis on curb appeal. The public's perception of the home has a direct correlation to the value of the home. A seller can price their home higher if they have taken care of their landscaping.


3. Light Kitchen Remodel

Small changes to the kitchen can increase a homes value. This is similar to the light bathroom update. Update your light fixtures, resurface your cabinets, update your flooring. A small change can make a big difference.


4. New Siding

To reinforce that curb appeal, replacing exterior siding can increase the energy efficiency of the home as well. This is great for the new millennial majority demographic of home buyers.


5. Attic Conversion

If you have an attic, transitioning it into a bedroom is one of the strongest updates you can make for a home. It adds more square footage to the home, and can greatly increase the home's value.


These items were taken from a top 10 list compiled by HGTV. We have put them together in an ebook to send to your seller leads. Help them increase the value of their homes, and thus your comission check!


Click below to download the Top 10 2018 Home Renovations eBook:


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