Is your home listed for sale or going to be soon? Minimize the risk of having the economy hinder a quick sale of your home by sprucing it up for the summer realty market and attracting more potential buyers.
People are visually engaged, if something looks nice or expensive, it must be worth the money. If your home looks drab, dull or run-down, potential buyers aren't going to select your home from the wide variety of properties available. Even a bigger, nicer house can look unappealing compared to a newly remodeled, well-kept smaller home.
Has watching too much HGTV compelled you to explore remodeling your bathroom? Or does your home have pink and green bathtub tiles that you hate If you are considering a bathroom remodeling project, get professional advice from a licensed and insured remodeler before proceeding. Although doing it yourself is always an option, beware that any damage to your bathroom could cost you more money in the long run.
The two major reasons for homeowners looking to upgrade their bathrooms are to increase the value of their home or to simply enhance their existing bathroom. The best way to improve the overall look in the bathroom is to start with the most visible item, the bathtub. There are three main approaches to upgrading your bathtub area: remodeling, refinishing and refacing.