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How to Increase Your Home's Value for $5,000 or Less

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  • "Without a doubt one of the most cost effective ways to increase the value of a home is to spruce it up with a fresh coat of paint. There is nothing that will liven up a home more for short money than painting. This is especially true if the owner has wild colors and has not stayed neutral in their color schemes. Touching up dings in woodwork and walls also shows a buyer there is pride of ownership. Today's buyers are looking for turn-key properties!"
  • "One great way to increase your home's value is by adding a small bathroom, even just a toilet/sink combo. This can be done fairly cheap depending on the layout of the house. I'll be tackling this project in the next few months on my own house, adding a second bathroom right above the first floor bath. I expect the entire project to take less than $4,000 and I expect to increase the value of my house between $12,000 - $18,000."
  • "When considering whether or not to add several thousand dollars in improvements to one's home, there are numerous potential options such as new paint, landscaping additions to the front or rear yards, new windows, French doors or skylights which may better lighten up a room (brighter rooms tend to make a room or the entire home appear larger), updated kitchen appliances new flooring options or modernized faucets, showers, or sinks. Any updates to a home which make the property seem more modern, brighter, and easier to operate may add a return on the repair funds invested in amounts of 2, 5, or even 10 + times the actual money invested."
  • "Real estate is very much a game of perceived value. The best way to increase a buyer's perceived value of your home is to give them an excellent visual portrayal of it. Put the extra effort into getting great pictures, invest in some professional photography if you have to (and maybe even some video if it makes sense). Help people to see the value in what your offering. When you give buyers a good visual portrayal of your property, you won't have to do much "selling" because the property will sell itself."
  • "There are 2 angles to consider and both involve the easiest fix, paint. How it looks walking up and how fresh it is inside are very important to a buyer. I would spend the $5000 firstly by repainting the front rooms as you walk in, don't worry about the back bedrooms, if the kitchen and living room are freshly painted it will smell good and appear very well kept. The front of the house and landscape are equally important, you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Clean all landscaping, bring in new mulch in the beds, and make sure your lawn is always mowed and edged immaculately throughout the listing period. A good painter can color match your house color and even just repaint the front if there are any faded areas or watermarks. Buyers have about 3-4 minutes standing on your front porch as the agent fumbles with the lockbox, make sure as they look around everything is in order. A new mailbox, toe kick and house numbers are also very inexpensive."
  • "The fastest way to boost your home's value is to check the curb appeal first - you want to draw people into the home when it's on the market. Once inside, having invested in floors and countertops is the least expensive face lift. If you have money left over, switching out the finishes (lights, plate covers, and so forth) makes any home stand out quickly."
  • "It really depends on the size, type, and location of your home. First impression is critical. I would focus my investment on improving the appearance of my homes entry; painting the inside or exterior if within budget and improving the landscaping of the house. Also if budget is still available I would accessorize the outside to add some extra personality."
  • "In my humble opinion, I think the best way to increase a home's value is to make sure all countertops are granite or marble, and repaint outdated cabinets."
  • "I believe the way to increase value and interest in a home is to create "Wow!" The wow factor is the thing that attracts buyers to a home, regardless of price point. Of course, "The Wow Factor" in a $1M home and a home selling for $200,000 are probably completely different things. But a wow factor can be as simple as having nice granite in the kitchen and clean paint throughout the house. Maybe it is replacing all the sheet glass mirrors in the bath rooms with framed mirrors and adding fans to all the bed rooms. The wow will be different in every home, but selling a home with no Wow is a competitive challenge."
  • "Sprucing up the front yard is a great way to add value to your home without spending a lot of money. Fresh mulch and some colorful flowers will really enhance your curb appeal and help you make a great first impression."
  • "One of the best ways to increase your home's value for under $5,000 is to focus on the presentation of the interior of the home with updated flooring, interior paint, and fixtures. When a house looks clean, and begins to have a polished presentation with new fixtures, switch plates, fresh paint, refinished hardwood flooring, removal of popcorn ceiling texture, new ceiling fans, new baseboards, etc... buyers definitely notice. When a house is in "move-in" condition with the "small things" already taken care of, buyers tend to pay a premium."
  • "Starts with Curb appeal, prune the bushes, trim the trees, perhaps paint the trim and add some color
with flowers. These are all cheap cosmetic repairs that will attract and maintain interest. Inside paint 
and upgrade old carpets, keep them light and neutral. Focus on kitchens and baths any upgrades needed 
perhaps new cabinet pulls and knobs and new counter tops. Add new lights as needed to create an open 
and bright home. Today’s buyers want open floor plans with lots of natural lights and move in ready 
homes. Any in expensive changes to highlight these attributes will bring in the larger sale price."
  • "The best way to increase a home's value for under $5,000 is by adding additional legal living space. For instance, if there is an unfinished walk-up attic, finishing the space legally and adding the additional square footage is a great opportunity to make a home larger. This helps substantially when comparing square footage of a home to others that have recently sold that are comparable."
  • "Cosmetic improvements like paint and light landscaping can certainly improve the curb appeal of your home, attracting more buyers.  Once they walk into the home, the biggest tell as to the age of your home is your kitchen.  With a $5,000 budget, you can replace the kitchen sink with a modern one, replace the countertops, and resurface your kitchen cabinets with new doors and veneer for that "new kitchen look".  Even without modern appliances, this facelift will go a long way toward increasing your home's appeal, and value.  Nothing brings in low offers faster than green formica counters and rickety kitchen cabinets"

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