Home Renovation. Monday , September 17th , 2018 - 21:35:22 PM
Make sure you analyze that the investment made by you in your home renovation project is worth it. Will the renovation project render your home more valuable and help you reap huge benefits while selling your home off? Honestly, not all the renovations bring worthy returns in the long run. For example, by investing in bathroom renovation, you can get a payback varying between 75 and 100%. However, from flooring you can get a payback of only 50 to 75%. A home renovation project can be costly. However, if you pay attention to some of the basic tips, you will be able to reduce the renovation costs drastically.
You can hire a general contractor who will create beautiful custom designs that you will be immensely satisfied with. Contractors pay special attention to client's unique needs and handle their projects with efficiency and complete them within the allotted time constraints. If you hire a reputable and reliable company for home renovations, you can ask for a copy of quotations, plan, designs, the invoice and an agreement in writing with all the details you need, including budget. Some general contractors also help you claim insurance and make your property safe and secure.
Determine how much value each renovation adds to your home. This information can be obtained from your local real estate office or a qualified appraiser. Real estate salespersons and appraisers for most part use a process called CMA (comparable market analysis) to determine your home value. In short the appraiser looks at similar properties sold recently near your home. Using hisher extensive database, the appraiser is able to adjust the price based on the condition of various areas of your home as well as any new additions. For example the database indicates that an additional second bathroom in your area increases home value by $8000, updated kitchen increase value by $6000, Second garage does not impact the value and etc. This is how your local real estate salesperson is able to price out your home.
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