Increase Your Home’s Value
Whether you’re thinking of selling your home in the next few months or many years from now, how to get the best price for it is always a worthy consideration. So straight from the experts at Rhino Building Solutions, we’ve got five top tips on how to make your property sell for that little bit extra.
First Impressions Are Everything
When new viewers come to take a look at your home, they’ll be seeing things for the first time that you take for granted. That includes those little niggles that you’ve actually gotten used to by now such as worn carpets, faded wallpaper and those shelves you still haven’t put up. Take a day or two and get all these sorted out! It may cost you a little, but it’ll be worth it in the long run to reinstate that wow factor.
Cash in the Kitchen
The kitchen is one of the best rooms to upgrade, because you can make a big difference to the look, feel and value of your home, for a relatively small amount of money. Whether it’s something as simple as installing new worktops or a complete overhaul, Rhino can help you create the best looking kitchen without breaking the bank.
Use Visual Trickery to Your Advantage
Generally speaking, the bigger the property, the more it’s worth; but you can help this along a bit with a little ingenuity. Use carefully selected decorations to make your home feel bigger and you’ll be surprised at the difference it will make. Replace thick, heavy curtains with blinds to let more light in; add a large mirror above the fireplace; and maintain a minimal look with no clutter to make your home seem surprisingly large.
Save Energy (and Money) With a New Roof
If you upgrade your roof to a more energy efficient one with Rhino, not only will you save money now, which you can use to fund your other home improvements (like new gutters, for example), but it’ll also make your home a lot easier to market to new buyers.
Look After the Garden
Just like inside your house, the garden can make or break a potential buyer’s impression of your home. Plant lots of attractive flowers to make their experience a pleasant one, or if you’re not the kind of person who keep up with garden work, purchase lots of plants that require little maintenance but still look good.
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