What Can You Do to Improve Your Home’s Interior Without Breaking the Bank?

published 2 years ago by Karen and Joe Donovan

Where can you get the best return on interior home improvements? Here are a few good options.Looking to sell your home? Get a FREE home value reportLooking to buy a home? Search all homes on the MLSInterested in a career in real estate? Let's meet!Welcome back to another episode of “Keeping in Tune With the Market,” where we bring you relevant real estate information to help you keep in tune with the market.We’re on the road again with part two of our series on how to make your home show like a model without breaking the bank. In part one, we talked about how to fix up your home’s exterior. Today we’re going to focus on the interior of the house, and the rooms where you'll get the best return on investment.According to Angie’s List, kitchens and bathrooms bring the highest return on investment. Whether you’re thinking of selling now or later, it’s a good idea to consider some improvements in these areas. You don’t have to do a full kitchen remodel and spend tens of thousands of dollars. You can spend money without breaking the bank by doing things such as:Changing out the countertopsChanging the cabinet handlesUpdating your lightingThe second area to consider is the bathroom. Old fixtures, faucets, sinks, toilets, and vanities can be replaced to give the room a whole new look.“According to Angie’s List, the kitchen and bathroom bring the highest returns. ”If you'd like further information about how you can improve the inside of your home to get the highest return on investment without breaking the bank, give us a call or send us an email. We’d be glad to send you a copy of our free report.In the meantime, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you.

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