In this slow housing market what are the best investments to add value to my home?

A Home Office Remodel

Home offices are becoming less of a luxury and more of a necessity, with more people telecommuting. The number of Americans that work from home is in the millions, and that number has continued to grow every year. Making sure that your home has a state-of-the-art space for potential teleworkers is a surefire way to increase your home’s value.

Replace Old Windows.

Replacing old windows with energy-efficient ones signals to home buyers that you really care about the house and it reflects on the quality of the house as a whole. Plus, who doesn’t like to save money on energy bills?

Remodel Your Basement.

Do you have unused space that serves as a black hole for all things without a home? Remodeled basements can make excellent game rooms or guest suites, adding value to your home without adding space.

Paint, Paint, Paint.

Enough said. But remember to hire a professional if you need help and keep the colors neutral if you’re looking to sell. Nothing looks worse than a poorly done paint job in bright fuchsia.

Remodel Your Kitchen.

Small changes can result in big value. Upgrading appliances, door handles and painting tired walls can add new life to your kitchen, and add value to your home. Kitchens sell a home, and in this case, size does matter.

Remodel or Add a Bathroom.

A bathroom remodel can often mean simply making the most of your current space, by upgrading fixtures, flooring and lighting. Adding a bathroom is also a great way to increase the value of your home.

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