Renovating to Sell

When it’s time to sell your home, you need to ensure it is appealing to today’s interested buyers. There are certain aspects of your home that may be considered outdated or out of style.

According to Bankrate, young buyers are looking for properties that are move-in ready. Investing in updates should be a priority.

Renovations can make your property far more appealing and you will likely wind up with more money once your house is sold. However, when working within the confines of a budget, you will want to make sure you only invest in renovations buyers will pay more for.

Go for Green
The modern buyer is interested in saving money and doing his or her part to protect the environment, noted Newhomesource.com. Updating your current appliances and systems to reflect a more Eco-friendly lifestyle will be a beneficial way to improve your home’s efficiency.

Once you have invested and installed these green features, make sure you properly market them to hopeful homeowners.

Updated Kitchens
Another great place to invest in your home is the kitchen. A new stove, dishwasher and granite countertops will capture the attention of a number of potential buyers.

The kitchen serves as a central area for entertaining and meal preparation. Ensuring the space is modern enough to meet the needs of today’s buyers will help a property sell far faster than an old and outdated kitchen that is cramped. 

Storage During Renovation
When tackling renovation projects to help sell your home, you’ll want to get a storage unit¬†for your furniture and other belongings. During construction, dust can be excessive, so storing your belongings in a safe space is important.

Head to a local SecurCare Self Storage facility today and find out about our affordable storage units.