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6 Home Features That Increase Property Value - Finnegan Pierson - Blog

6 Home Features That Increase Property Value

You want your home to increase in value as you live in it, not the other way around. But there are so many options out there for increasing your home value, and some pay off more than others. How do you know which ones to go with? These four features can provide a good place to start to increase your home’s value almost automatically.

  1. Refreshed Exterior

Curb appeal is a big deal when it comes to the value of your home. If the inside of your home looks great, but the outside looks like it’s falling apart, you might not get as much for your home as you could. A fresh coat of paint on your home’s exterior or a new garage door can go a long way when it comes to improving your home value. But you can also go with upgrades that aren’t as pricey. For example, planting a dying flower bed or simply cleaning up your landscaping can make buyers more likely to offer a higher price.

  1. Outdoor Living Areas

Outdoor living is a big deal, and many Utah home builders have started to include dedicated areas for outdoor living in their floor plans. If you want to add value to your home, consider enhancing your outdoor areas. For example, if you have room for it, consider adding an outdoor kitchen. Or, you might want to add a fire pit and seating area to a blank space in your backyard.

  1. Upgraded Windows & Doors

When it comes to adding value to your house, many people don’t think about windows and doors because they aren’t something you notice right away when you go into a home. However, new windows and doors can make a big difference in terms of energy efficiency and aesthetics. If you decide to add new windows to your home, make sure you pick energy efficient options, as this is an attractive feature for new homebuyers. And if you decide to go with new doors, make sure they match the overall interior style of the home.

  1. New Fixtures

You don’t have to put a ton of money into your home to increase its resale value, and small changes can make a big difference. One example of this is with the fixtures throughout your home, which include things like your cabinet hardware and lighting. If your fixtures are old and outdated, swap them out with upgraded metals and finishes to give your home a modern, updated look. Start in rooms where buyers want to see upgraded features, like in your kitchen and in your bathrooms.

  1. Kitchen Remodels

Nothing quite compares when it comes to adding home value as a kitchen remodel. A major gut job and replacement of your kitchen counters and cabinets can make a big difference when you analyze the resale value of your home. However, you don’t have to go crazy if you want to add value to your home by remodeling your kitchen. For example, investing in new appliances, refinishing existing cabinets, and adding new or upgraded lighting can all help you enhance your home’s value and make it look and feel more modern.

  1. Bathroom Enhancements

Just like with your kitchen, upgrading your bathrooms is almost a surefire way to enhance your home’s value. Some beneficial upgrades to invest in include installing a new sink, tub, shower, or toilet, painting the walls, retiling or reflooring, adding additional storage space, putting in a new vanity or mirror, and upgrading the lighting in this space.

If you have a limited budget, choose your home upgrades carefully if you want to increase the value of your home. Many projects you can do yourself, but for others, you may want the help of a professional. Whatever you choose to do, opt for neutral finishes and features that will appeal to a wide range of buyers for optimal return on your investment.

Publish Date: November 20, 2021 10:41 PM

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