Making minor improvements to homes rather than full-on remodeling is the most cost-effective way for sellers to boost the value of their properties, according to Zillow. Real estate agents and interior designers who responded to a survey from Zillow's home improvement marketplace, Zillow Digs, said that low-cost projects like landscaping and painting walls in neutral colors offer sellers more bang for their buck than full-blown renovations, whose addition to a home's value might not outweigh their cost. According to the survey, the five home improvement projects delivering the most bank for the buck are: Curb appeal (fresh potted flowers, a fresh coat of paint on the front door). Staging ("neutral colors and minimal furniture are best"). Small home improvements (updated ligh...
Mar 31, 2014 by Hank Miller
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