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The Top 8 Home Improvements that could add thousands to the value of a property

THE TOP 8 HOME IMPROVEMENTS THAT COULD ADD THOUSANDS TO THE VALUE OF A PROPERTY 1. DECORATING Sprucing up your walls and woodwork with a fresh coat of paint costs relatively little but could reap you a decent profit. 2. NEW KITCHEN Ditch those tired old cabinets and curling lino in favour of modern replacements. Although this type of work can cost a bit, it more often than not delivers back a healthy profit. 3. LIGHTING No one likes harsh strip lighting so replace it with modern eco spotlights to accent a room's features. Plus you could save money in running costs at the same time. 4. NEW BATHROOM It's decades since anything other than white has been in fashion for bathrooms, and it doesn't look set to change. Significant value could be added with a sparkly clean modern white bathroom suite. 5. GARDENING Fabulous front gardens add curb appeal, and neat usable back gardens can attract potential buyers. So get weeding and just a few pounds will buy you some planting for year-round performance. 7. FIREPLACE Create a focal point by exposing hidden fireplaces or refurbishing with a new fireplace that suits the character of the property. 8. CARPETS Smelly, old fashioned carpets should be hurled in the skip and replaced with new neutral carpeting or wooden floors. 6. PLASTERING Smoothing over artexed ceilings is relatively inexpensive, but it could completely change the appeal of a room to potential buyers. You could earn more interest on your money by becoming a lender to growing British companies like property development specialists Quanta Group at Your capital is at risk if you lend through Crowdstacker. Powered by QUANTA CROWDSTACKER GROUP O------

The Top 8 Home Improvements that could add thousands to the value of a property

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Our property developers are experts in wise investments. But which ugly but easily replaceable fixtures and fittings do they look out for to add instant value? Take a look at the property developers' scorecard.


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