Improving your Home’s Resale Value

Improving your Home’s Resale ValueNatural wear and tear on a home can cause significant decreases in the overall property value. While major overhauls might be necessary for some older homes, there are also some simple cosmetic fixes that can add tremendous value and improve the look of your home. With that said, consider the following upgrades. Even more importantly, however, is protecting your heard-earned investment with a Clifton Home Insurance policy.

Add a fresh coat of paint.

Freshen up your walls with an updated paint color. This is a cost-effective solution to making a big improvement in your home, so choose a neutral color to appeal to the masses and get to work!

Low-maintenance landscaping.

Go green and add drought-tolerant plants to spruce your curb appeal. This will save on your water bills and also make your home look fresh without requiring a ton of maintenance.

Open up the space.

Not only is square footage important, but how big the house and rooms feel is equally critical. Clear the clutter, let light in, get rid of oversized furniture, and add a mirror to visually double the space.

Update the bathroom.

Bathroom updates are always a smart move. Even if you can’t afford a full remodel, small changes such as replacing dated wallpaper with a faux or textured finish and replacing old lighting will update the room without denting your wallet, says HGTV.

Upgrade the kitchen.

Any remodels in the kitchen are going to add value. This is the heart of the home, so even if you start by replacing one item at a time, you are going to see an increase in resale value. Major items to consider include countertops, the sink, appliances, and cabinets.

At Tri-State Insurance Agency, we are committed to protecting homeowners against the broad spectrum of perils they face. Our homeowner’s insurance is custom written to meet your specific needs. For more information, contact us today at (888) 990-0526.