Projects To Add Value To Your Home
by janicethompson
<p>If you plan on selling your home in the future, it's important to raise its value as much as possible. This will allow you to increase your asking price and should hopefully land you much more cash than simply leaving it as is. With that being said, here are some relatively easy projects that can boost your home's value.</p> <p><strong>Landscaping</strong></p> <p>Before potential buyers ever enter your home, the first thing they will see is the exterior of your home and the yard. This means that a little landscaping can often go a long way for luring in buyers. For this reason, it's smart to either hire a professional landscaper or do some weekend work yourself. Some ideas include pruning your trees, trimming your shrubs and bushes, adding a flower bed and installing some exterior lighting for a nice nighttime ambiance. If it's actually time to try and sell your home, you should keep your grass freshly mowed and manicured.</p> <p><strong>Deck Out Your Front Door</strong></p> <p>Besides the exterior of your home, potential buyers will often make an assessment based on the appearance of your front door. That's why you should ensure that it looks great and is stylish. This could be as simple as staining or painting it. You could also install a new door knob with a sophisticated look. If it's completely in disrepair, you may even want to consider replacing it completely.&#160;</p> <p><strong>Paint The Interior</strong></p> <p>Another idea that's fairly affordable and can be done relatively quickly is putting some fresh paint on the interior walls of your home. This only needs to be done on certain walls that are looking ugly or that simply don't have any personality. In most cases, you will want to stick with a white or beige color because it's neutral and will appeal to many potential home buyers. However, if you want to think outside the box, you could incorporate a slightly more funky color on certain walls like blue, red and green.&#160;</p> <p><strong>New Cabinet Hardware And Counter Tops&#160;</strong><br /><br />&#160;<br /><br />Along with this, some new, stylish cabinet hardware and counter tops can go a long way. Browsing online or at your local home improvement store should give you some ideas of the different types of hardware available. Many of whi<a rel="nofollow" name="0.1__GoBack"></a>ch are reasonably priced, but will give your cabinets a whole new feel. When working on this project, you may want to use a&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="">Fein multimaster</a>&#160;or other quality tool. When it comes to counter tops, there are a few options including wood, granite, tile, limestone and marble. These can differ substantially in terms of pricing, so stick with something that looks great but still fits your budget. &#160;<br /><br />&#160;<br /><br /><strong>Author Resource&#160;</strong><br /><br />&#160;<br /><br />This writer has a serious passion for home renovation and DIY projects. One of his favorite tools is the&#160;Fein multimaster&#160;which he found online and saved some significant money on.</p>
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