Joseph Talbot, Real Estate Broker - HOME IMPROVEMENTS THAT IMPROVE VALUES

Windows that are aged well past their prime become a burglary risk, as they will no doubt be easier to breach and will be a target for opportunistic criminals. Old windows are easy to spot, especially on a street full of houses with new, updated ones. You can also expect a fair ROI on window replacement — approximately 70%. Buyers want to see a modern, up-to-date aesthetic when shopping for a new home. To further that impression, improved and up-to-date windows are an absolute must before your home goes on the market. If replacing your windows and doors are not in your budget, then it is a good idea to clean all your windows and fix any broken ones and then allow a price difference to accommodate the buyer.

BEAUTIFYING YOUR BACKYARD

The backyard is also often overlooked as a crucial part of your home, especially from a buyer’s point of view. This is where the family will play with pets or their children, have barbecues, entertain friends or family members, and much more. Therefore, creating an oasis in your backyard that will stun each prospective buyer is the best way not only add more value to your home but to sell your home as fast as possible. These days, there are multiple trends that buyers might be looking for when it comes to the backyard of their dreams. As the seller, you will want to incorporate these as much as possible and use them to your advantage to get your home’s value through the roof and off your hands as fast as possible. It is a good idea to research current backyard trends before spending any money.

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