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Which Home Upgrades Should You Make Before Selling?

Should I Fix Up My House Before Selling It?

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Should you fix up your home before putting it on the market? And, if so, what repairs should you make? 

Actually, yes—making strategic repairs to your property before listing is a great way to maximize your success as a seller. You may not earn a dollar-for-dollar return, but certain upgrades can make your home more likely to sell. 

According to Realtor.com, one of the best upgrades to make before selling is a mid-range bathroom remodel. This kind of project, if done correctly, can bring a return of about 60%. While this isn’t a dollar-for-dollar return, it still can be worthwhile.

Making strategic repairs to your property before listing is a great way to maximize your success as a seller.

 

Similarly, major kitchen remodels can bring a return of about 62%. 

If you’re looking for an even higher return, you may want to think about replacing your roof, as a new roof can bring an approximate 68% return. 

These statistics only scratch the surface of everything listed in the Realtor.com article I used when researching this message. If you’d like the link to that article, feel free to reach out. I’d be happy to share it with you.

And, as always, if you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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2 responses to “Which Home Upgrades Should You Make Before Selling?

  1. Good information, also like that it’s not a “sales pitch”. Nice that it’s not too long. People don’t like long presentations.

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