Determining the Cost and Benefit of a Home Renovation Project

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  1. Anne Meczywor

    We get yearly updates on cost vs. value from NAR. I find those charts, broken down by major geographic areas, to be very helpful. My buyers and sellers like the charts so they can see at a glance what a project is likely to cost and what the potential return to value would be.

  2. Thanks for your wonderful guidance.

  3. Kymberlee Albertelli

    I have seen too many Sellers be advised to slap granite on dated, subpar quality kitchen cabinets, or update bathrooms using fiberboard cabinets and granite and leave old blue tubs or toilets or cheap lighting. Sometimes, honestly, it’s better to put a poster of an Architect’s or Interior Designer’s drawings of the space than to spend foolishly. I hope this article helps see what will add value, what will sell the home and what needs to be skipped to allow the Buyer to come in and make their own choices.

  4. AlbertMiller

    Nice post!I would like professional assistance idea in this post.Because professional done all their work properly and according to our budget.

  5. Hi! Thanks a lot for the lovely piece of advice and guidance. Really helpful article for people looking for home renovation projects.

  6. Although it’s not really a renovation, There isn’t a project that you can do to a house that can come close to the ROI of a roof cleaning. An average sized home costs about $400 – $600 for a roof cleaning. Most buyers will certainly deduct for a new roof replacement (as much as $10k) in their offer if the roof is stained badly.

  7. Stunning quest there. What happened after? Take care!