Investing in home improvement projects can give you a huge return when putting your home on the market.
If the exterior of your home needs some attention – roof, siding, driveway, landscaping, etc.  – consider making those improvements before remodeling an interior space. One of the highest returns on investment is simply replacing the front door. A new front door can dress up a home and make the buyer’s first impression a good one.

On the inside, new countertops and fresh paint make a big difference in both kitchen and bath spaces. Replacing worn and dated bathroom fixtures and adding a high-end shower goes a long way in terms of return. Updated kitchen cabinets, solid-surface counters, stainless steel appliances are worth the investment, as is adding ceramic tile flooring in place of vinyl and replacing carpeting.
Suzanne Dingley

Suzanne Dingley

Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
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