5 Ways Of Adding Value To Your Home

by Betty Bite

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Are you thinking about selling your home soon? You’ll no doubt want to get as much for it as possible, in fact, you’ll definitely want to get more than you paid for it. If you can turn a decent profit on your current home, then you may be able to climb the property ladder much quicker. But how can you go about guaranteeing that you’ll be able to make as much as you need for your home?

In this article, we’ll talk about some of the ways of remodelling that you can add value to your home so that when you sell up you’ll be able to buy a bigger and better home. 

Focus On The Kitchen

The kitchen is the hub of the home. It is where families cook and often meet up and socialize. It is one of the most important rooms in the house and having a great kitchen is often high on people’s wish list when buying a new house. 

Think about the type of features that people will want from their kitchen. Spacious cupboards for fitting plenty of groceries into, a worktop, a large cooker or range, and a sink from Allora USA

Convert Your Attic 

If you have an attic space that is not being used, you could convert it and add up to 10% onto the value of your home. 

Your attic could become an office space or even another bedroom. If you have the space, why not make an en suite bathroom up there too?

Convert Your Basement 

If you want to add even more value to your home, you should look into converting your basement into a living space. You coud increase the value of your home by nearly 30% just by converting your cellar. 

There are lots of possible uses for your basement. You could use it as a kitchen and dining area. You may want to use it as a games room. Alternatively your basement could become a bedroom with en suite, or a second living room. 

Convert Your Garage 

Another part of your home that you could convert into a living space is your garage. Depending on where your garage is situated, you could view it as an extension of your home. If your garage is attached to the property, then you could convert it into a kitchen, dining room, office, or living room. If it is not attached to the house, then it could be used as an annexe flat. Think about making a self contained unit with a bedroom, bathroom and small kitchenette area. 

Replace Your Bathroom

Bathrooms get a lot of wear and tear and over time they can start to look scruffy. Replacing your bathroom suite will help to freshen up the property and add value to it. 

Bathroom suites can come in all shapes, sizes, and styles. It can be hard to appeal to everyone. Think about getting a plain white suite that will match everyone’s tastes. 

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