Are you ready to start your next home remodeling program, but want to make sure that you get a good return on your investment?
Where should you start? What should you prioritize?
As Dean says, you need to invest in your home's story. If you improve its story, then you improve its value. Changing the story changes how people view your home.
Now, where should you start when it comes to projects?
As we've all heard so many times, start with the kitchen. Don't just go crazy on the project, though. Make sure you keep your project cost to no more than 20 percent of the value of your home. If you do that, and put in the right appliances and materials, you could get up to an 85 percent return on your investment when you go to re-sell your house.
Next, hit the bathroom. Keep your project under $20,000, and you should get an 80 percent return.
Now, as you move outside, remodel your deck first. These projects can become very expensive, very quickly, so check out decks in your area, and plan accordingly. Either way, you could see up to and 80 percent return on you renovation investment.
Next, switch out your windows. Cost obviously depends on how many windows you are switching. Bring in energy efficient windows, and the remodel could bring in at least a 70 percent return on investment.
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