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Cheap Renovations to Jack Up the House Value

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Some people want to put on something classy and pricey that will beautify the house. Well, if you see it from the economic perspectives, it may be a careless way to spend the money. But, if you see it from the business perspectives, it is a wise thing to do. Why? In a long term, it can be the smart way to invest your house. No kidding. No matter how simple your house is, if you have well-maintained furniture, it will jack up the house value.

What kind of renovations you need to do?

Well, to jack up the house value, there are things you need to do. It is not always a total renovation of the house. Just do a little paint and repair and your house will be new and attractive.

  • Renewing your kitchen. You don’t have to trade the old cabinet with the new one. Just paint the ceiling of the kitchen and your kitchen will be new. If you need to change something in your kitchen, it may be your faucet, wall paints, or door knob.
  • Removing the clutter and doing the cleaning. Well, removing the peeled wall paper or broken furniture may be a better way to create wide look on your house. Remember, less is more. And the basic cleaning like sweeping, eliminate the spider webs, and polishing the hardwood may be a simple way to improve the price of the house.

Bigger attention on smaller objects

Don’t forget about the simple things that will affect the whole house like:

  • The odor of the house. Remember that you cannot sell the stinky house. No matter how fancy your house is, the price will slide drastically if the smell of your house is like wet socks. Yucks! If you need to sell it, you can light aromatherapy candles the day before.
  • Gardening. A simple yet green garden can be a plus point for a house. Do the DIY projects for your garden a week before you sell it to jack up the house value.
  • Change the lamps and lights switches with the modern ones.
  • Change the curtains, especially if you have the torn curtain. You are about to sell an enchanted house, not a haunted house, right?