What Are Complete Home Renovations?

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For many people out there buying homes, they end up unhappy within a few years because the home that they purchased wasn't anything like the home they envisioned themselves living in. While it is true that perhaps people should be grateful for what they have, considering others don't even have that, the fact remains that you work hard for your money, and you're the only paying for your home, so you should be able to live how you want to live. This is where home renovations really come into play.


By going with complete home renovations, you can ensure the house you're living in now gets transformed into the home you've always wanted to live in. Let's find out a bit more about this process below.


The Definition of a Whole Home Reno

A complete renovation is pretty much exactly how it sounds. Though one thing that we want to clear up here is that we're only talking about renovations, which doesn't mean that your walls and wires are going to be ripped out. Your home won't be torn down to the foundation and rebuilt. It's more about fixing up every room in the home.


Complete home renovations are going to touch on all of your bedrooms, your bathrooms, your living room, and perhaps even rooms like your basement and your attic. Your whole home is going to be remodeled and refreshed in this process, and many people want to do this because it's so beneficial.


Benefits of Whole Home Renovations

Here are some of the biggest benefits you're going to experience when you decide to have your entire home renovated.


Finally, Your Dream is Realized

Perhaps the biggest benefit on this list is that your dream is finally going to be realized! How long have you wanted a house that you could legitimately call your dream home? Many people never get to realize that dream, and most people only get a tiny portion of it, like having their dream kitchen or their dream master bathroom. If you go with a whole home reno, you're getting to realize your full dream home, which you cannot place a price tag on.


A Huge Boost in Value

You can also be sure that your home is going to increase in value. There are two main ways that your home increases in value: Equity and resell value. The biggest one for most people is the resale value. Being able to get $100,000 or more over what you paid for the house is a huge profit margin, and far more than you're going to pay for any reno project. Equity also increases, in case you ever need to draw on it or to refinance your mortgage to pay a lower monthly payment.


Fewer Problems Going Forward

Another huge benefit of going with a whole home reno is that you're going to have fewer problems. Many people will renovate their basement only because it flooded on them, or renovate their kitchen because the layout is bad or there were issues with the gas line. Basically, they're playing whack-a-mole with a house that's falling down around them. When you take care of everything at once, you're eliminating many of these potential problems that may pop up in the future.


The Work is Done

When you're dealing with room-by-room renovations, doing a little here and there as you're able to free up and time and money, you might think that you're doing well with your budget, but all you're really doing is stretching out the expenses and the time involved. You're always going to be packing things up, moving things aside, getting things out of the way, so that you can make room for the next round of renovations. When you complete a whole home project, you have everything out of the way at once. Now, all that's left to do with your home is to live in it.

One thing you should always keep in mind here, no matter what sort of renovations you're going with, is that you need to find the right company to pull off the right renovation job.

Comments (1)

Richard Weeks
Dallas, TX
REALTOR®, Broker

Great information, thanks for sharing.  I hope you have a great day.

Jan 24, 2021 05:00 AM
Saheer Gurjot

Thank you for reading

Feb 07, 2021 02:22 AM

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