Are you concerned with getting a great return on your UBC home when you decide to sell? The market may seem like it is beneficial for buyers, but there are many things that you can do as a seller to keep your home updated that will ensure that you get a great return on your investment.
Certain rooms, like the kitchen and bathrooms, speak volumes to buyers. Neutral colored walls and adequate lighting will also bring more offers on your piece of property. Replacing the flooring might be a more expensive investment, but it will increase your home value. Before you make the choice to sell, consider the current condition of your home and pinpoint areas in which you can make simple renovations that will yield large benefits. Here are some tips on the best renovations that you can make in your home before placing it up for sale on the market.
Studies have shown that the kitchen is one of the rooms in the house that can make or break your investment return. If your kitchen is cluttered, outdated or visually unappealing to many types of people, your home might be more difficult to sell. Make repairs to plumbing or cabinetry and anything that could compromise the function of the kitchen.
Even if you do not have the budget to replace your appliances, having them professionally cleaned will help them to look their best. If your walls are not painted a neutral color, new paint is a great investment. Outdated cabinets can turn away buyers. There are many options for renovating your cabinets without breaking the bank, such as refacing or painting.
Paint in Neutral Colors
Your buyers might have their own color palette in mind while touring your home. As such, it will be much easier for them to see their vision in your space if the walls are painted in a neutral color. Tan, light grey or pale yellow are great color options. Be sure to give your trim or crown molding attention as well.
Install New Light Fixtures
Replacing old fans and light fixtures can make your home much more visually appealing. It will also give you the opportunity to find fixtures that brighten your rooms better than the existing. Light is one of the best tools to use during staging. If your existing lights are no longer lighting up your space as well as they once did, this is an area in which renovations are worth the investment.
Getting your home ready for the market can take some time and money, but the renovations that you complete will be well worth it when your UBC home starts to bring in the big offers. For more information, visit our selling page or contact a UBC Real Estate repre