1 – Get an inspection
Not all improvements need to be cosmetic. There are a lot of things that might need to be fixed that you might not see day to day. Hire an inspector to check out the places that you don’t normally see. They could uncover something that would negatively impact the value of your home.
2 – Paint Paint Paint
A fresh coat of paint can do wonders to home. It gives everything a fresh and clean look. Make sure you are looking at neutral colors, as they appeal to the largest crowd.
3 – Landscaping
Spend some time in the yard and get everything cleaned up. Consider planting a new tree or a couple of shrubs to fill in some gaps around the yard. A new layer of mulch will also give you a fresh and clean look on the outside.
4 – Small Bathroom Updates
Bathrooms updates can be a big game changer when it comes increasing the value of your home. Even if you don’t have the cash for a full remodel, replacing the dated wall paper, or light fixture can make a big impact to the look and feel of the bathroom.