Thinking about upgrading your home? Take a look into the home improvement projects that earn the greatest and least return on investment. Topping the list, a garage door replacement has the highest ROI while a fiberglass entry door replacement comes in second for resale value. Find out where other renovations fall on the list in the following diagram.
Besides its overall appeal, outdoor landscaping stands to benefit homeowners in various ways such as reducing energy costs to improving quality of life to mitigating runoff. Read on for a detailed breakdown of why vegetation is more than its beauty.
More than half of homeowners believe it is a sellers' market with the leading motivation driving owners to sell being their desire for a larger or nicer home. On the other hand, their primary concern with selling is the potential of not finding a home they would want. Take a look into all the motives and challenges sellers voiced below.
Energy efficiency is becoming a main focus when purchasing or remodeling a home, but how sellers market these features could have a larger impact on attracting potential buyers than we might realize. Consumers prefer certain terms over others, such as "eco-friendly" instead of "green." These subtle key differences could decide how buyers view and value a home.
With home prices up and inventory lacking, homeowners are caught between selling their homes and being unable to afford the new ones they really want. For those who have considered selling, over half of them desire a larger home for their next property.
If you are thinking about selling your home, be aware of certain home improvement projects that won't increase your resale value. Instead of losing time and money, check out several remodeling projects to avoid if you are trying to make those investments back when you list.
Investing into certain environmentally friendly home improvements can net you a higher resale value down the line. Be aware that although eco-friendly features do influence potential home buyers, most still prioritize saving green rather than being green.
We cannot emphasize enough the importance of home staging when you prepare to sell your property. Around half of realtors representing buyers affirmed that home staging ultimately impacts most buyers’ final decision. Take a closer look below into why home staging influences buyers and the most essential rooms that should be staged.
Home staging greatly improves potential buyers' first impression of your property. As shown below, homes that are staged are more attractive and receive higher offers with more than half of buyers willing to increase their bid for these types of listings. For our clients, The Aaronson Group offers a free complimentary consultation and staging services in order to maximize your home's worth in today’s competitive real estate market.