Property is a long-term investment and when it does come time to sell your home, you want to make a profit.
But it is easy to fall into a trap, assuming that everything we do that changes our property is for the best. But did you know, there are some home improvements that are not ‘improvements’ at all?
And did you know, that these ‘improvements’ could be actual decrease the value of your property, making it harder to sell? Not good news in a crowded, sluggish property market.
What Changes Should You Make (And Which Ones Should You Avoid)?
From updating the bathroom to a stylish, practical kitchen, as this infographic from Balustrade Components show, increasing the value of your property is achievable in many different ways.
From a landscape garden to re-designing the entrance hall and staircase to make better use of space, there are many investments you can make in your home that will reap financial reward when the time to sell finally arrives.
But take care, because making changes that are overly extravagant means that contrary to what you may think, you won’t recoup your money when you sell.
From renovating the exterior of your property to creating a flow to your home that makes living in it a pleasure, take a look at what buyers what from a property – and what they don’t want!