before, inside and out, and find a way to improve their appearance, such as a color-boost.

If you already have wooden floors installed at home, look for scratches and be prepared for some refinishing. Buyers will inspect your home, but if you do some minor repairs and refinishing, there’s no need to replace the entire flooring. This will save you a lot of time and money. Energy efficiency is important to many buyers, who now look for it in many parts of the home—including windows. Replacing your old windows for these energy-efficient ones is a simple yet significant way to improve the value of your home and appeal to conscious buyers. If your bathroom floors are already tiled, look for any flaws or cracks, especially if the tiles are white or light-colored. These minor repairs can make all the difference. Remember your priorities! For example, replace a cracked floor tile before investing in pretty bathroom accessories.


• Minor home improvements and small repairs can increase the value of your home and help it sell more quickly. • Focus on the improvements and repairs that make the most sense for your home and will bring the greatest return on investment.


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