Here’s my advice on which home renovations to pursue for a great ROI.
In my opinion, the two most important areas to renovate in your home are the kitchen and the master bathroom. Potential buyers will have their eyes on many things in your kitchen including cabinetry, countertops, appliances, and flooring. As far as the master bathroom is concerned, they’ll be paying special attention to upgrades that help make it feel more like their own personal space (e.g., sleek showers, jacuzzi tubs, and modern fixtures).
Investing your time and money into upgrading these two areas of your home will almost certainly yield a solid return. Even if you don’t plan on selling your home until much later down the line, making these renovations now will still mean more time for you to enjoy them yourself. Before you throw your money at any sort of major undertaking, though, it’s best to consult with your go-to real estate resource; depending on your neighborhood, you could run the risk of over-renovating your property.
As always, reach out to me if you have further questions about this or any other real estate topic. I’d be more than happy to discuss your particular situation and help you plan for a strategic renovation.