Home Renovation. Tuesday , October 02nd , 2018 - 20:36:16 PM
What about when the home-owner is trying to sell their house? It is well-known that a new kitchen has the best return on investment and can boost the value of a house significantly. It may be tempting to renovate this little profit maker first to get more money and to make the house more attractive, but there is a downfall - if there are any outstanding structural or major maintenance issues, the potential buyer, if they have any common sense, will find them when they have a structural survey performed. Depending on what the issue is, there could be one of several outcomes: a request for a reduction in price, a request for the work to be completed and re-inspected at the homeowner's expense, or, as is quite often the case, a permanent retraction of the offer. It's a hard pill to swallow for the seller, because typically a realtor's price evaluation of their house has not taken into account the cost of this additional work, and yet by having the work done, there seems to be no benefit in terms of increasing the house value. In fact, of course, there is - it's just that the evaluation was too high in the first place.
Actually, home renovation will not burn a very big hole in a homeowner's pocket as long as one knows how to estimate the cost of the project. Having a good understanding of the factors that may affect the renovation costs will help a homeowner in planning the whole renovation process so it will fit hisher budget. The size of the house that needs to be renovated should be taken into consideration. The bigger the house, the higher the costs. On the other hand, there are instances wherein not the whole house but only parts of it (perhaps the kitchen or the living room) are the only ones that need the renovation. In either case, whether the whole house must have the makeover or just a particular room, the size or the area (usually in square footage) that needs the work must be taken into consideration in calculating the cost.
More specifically, home owners can expect bathroom and kitchen renovations to start at around $400 per square foot; however, renovations in other rooms can be much cheaper and home owners can estimate renovation costs at around $200 per square foot. Since many factors affect the cost of a renovation, it is impossible to provide hard figures. Still, if you work closely with a contractor and use these estimates as a starting point, you'll have a clearer picture of your overall budget.
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