Something comes up and you need to sell your home. It could be a job transfer to another city or the decision to downsize after retirement. Whatever the reason, you want your home to sell quickly and you want to get the best value out of your investment. Realtors usually have helpful checklists of ways to make your home attractive to buyers.
One of the items on the list is making sure your kitchen and bathroom are in move-in condition. Most buyers do not want to be faced with a complete kitchen or bathroom remodel immediately after they purchase a home. If these rooms in your home feel a little outdated, a few tweaks can make a big difference. It is always best to go with neutral finishes, rather than something bright and dramatic. You want potential buyers to easily picture themselves in the home, which is harder to do if they are turned off by the décor.
Vision Design Build Remodel recently renovated this bathroom for clients who are putting their house up for sale. The appearance of the bathroom was transformed with the following new items: granite countertops, faucets, shower pan and tile, shower door, tile floor and base molding. The completed bathroom is attractive, yet subdued in its tone. As you compare the Before and After photos, you can see why a potential home buyer would be more enticed by the newly updated bathroom.
If you need to sell your home, keep in mind that Remodeling magazine’s Cost vs. Value Report for 2016 indicates a bathroom remodel in our area on average recoups 70.4% of the cost upon resale, while a minor kitchen remodel recoups 86.9%.
Contact Cody Byrd at Vision Design Build Remodel and let our team of professionals help your selling process go smoothly. See more photos of this project on Houzz.