Home Renovation. Thursday , September 20th , 2018 - 15:13:53 PM
Still, you probably want some advance advice about how to budget for your renovation. It is important to consider two main factors that will affect the price tag on your project - soft costs and hard costs. Soft costs include design and budget development, permit fees, and professional fees (i.e. the cost for architecture and interior design). Hard costs are related to the construction phase of your project and will include the cost of labour and materials. In the typical renovation, soft costs account for about 30% of your budget, while hard costs make up the remaining 70%.
The first thing that you should do is to utilize traditional decorations such as paintings and candles. You can put sets of candles in your house, which will not only enhance the appeal of your house but they will also meet your lighting needs. Other than using candles, you can purchase cheap rugs and use them to compliment the overall theme of your house. This will make your house appear great without having to spend a lot of money. You can let the traditional decor remain in your house until you feel the need to have a change. Many types of traditional decor are great for do it yourself home renovations.
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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