More Tips to Increase your Return on Investment
You are on the home stretch in your renovation of your Buy, Fix, Sell project so stay focused and follow these tips to maximize your Return on Investment. Remember, you need strong “curb appeal” to make a good first impression.
Add Today’s Technology
These days, homebuyers want the latest technology. It’s easy to understand why when you look at all the amazing things technology can do for your household. Having these advanced features can be what sets your home apart from similar ones on the market. Thermostats, lighting, garage door openers, door locks are a few items that are easy and inexpensive updates.
Landscaping is often regarded as one of the top three ways to add value to your home in terms of return on investment. Homegain.com conducted a survey of 2,000 brokers in 2007. The results indicated you could possibly quadruple an investment of $400-$500 on well-planned landscaping.
Replace your Front Door
Your front door is the entryway to your home and it sets the tone for the rest of the house. Make a good impression by ensuring your home’s entry point (including the area directly surrounding the door) is attractive and eye-catching.
Before you spend a couple thousand dollars on painting the exterior of the house try pressure washing. To properly paint the exterior you are supposed to pressure anyways. You may discover that the pressure washing will bring a paint job back to new and you can forgo the painting, especially if you an investor in rental properties.
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