Very few purchased homes have everything you want as a buyer, so its good for your wallet, and your own sense of comfort and accomplishment to make some improvements that will be valuable, both to you and to future buyers. Now, everyone knows that home improvement projects always cost more than you think they're going to (and take longer!), so it's helpful to have a benchmark for how much your money will get you so you know how to prioritize if, like most of us, you have a finite amount to work with. Today's Tuesday Tip comes to us from AOL Real Estate and offers some advice for "Where to Spend $10,000 if You're Remodeling." It offers helpful insight into investments that will yield the greatest return, both for those who are looking to stay in their home long term, and for those who are looking to sell.
Home improvements are an important part of home ownership, both for resale value and for personal enjoyment. For more real estate and home ownership tips, or If you're thinking of beginning a project but want to know how it might impact the sale of your home, feel free to reach out to our experts at The Charles Realty, through our website or by calling 617-236-0353.