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How to increase the value of your home

Increasing the value of your home FOR SALE Whilst house prices are assured to rise, this does nof mean that your house value will automatically shoot up into the next price band should you decide to move on. Check out our top tips for how to increase the value of your property before you sell it. Loft Conversions Loft conversions are great ways to give your house/home a second bathroom or bedroom and increase the value. £ ) 40,000 added value Install a conservatory This is a great idea if you want to extend your living space, but it's important to ensure that it doesn't look tacked on, or ill-thought out when compared to the rest of the architecture in your home. 5,000-30,000 cost Ditch the garage A surprising number of garages go unused, so ditching your garage and converting it into a living space/bedroom could be handy way of adding further value to your property. £) 10,000 cost Get painting Again, this is an obvious one, but painting your house can reap many rewards when it comes to selling it on. If anything, you want your house to stand out in contrast to the neighbours' £) 1,000-10,000 cost. || New kitchen A kitchen rarely adds more than it costs to put in, but can help to improve the saleability of your home during viewings. The kitchen is invariably the social hub of the house and can make a huge difference to the perception of your home. 3. £4.6% added value. Renovate the bathroom A new bathroom can be a decent selling point on a property, and the demand for en- suites mean that people will be looking for that extra layer of luxury when looking around a prospective house. £) £6% added value. Sources : pay-them.html to-add-value-to-your-home.html Our_five_easy_ways_to_increase_the_value.htm ID

How to increase the value of your home

shared by SallyBraith on Oct 02
House prices in the UK are only continuing to rise, making your home one of the best assets you can ask for. When you're thinking about selling your property on, renovation is a great way to add value...


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