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Which features add the most value to my home?

Several home improvements can add value to your home, both in terms of its resale value and its overall appeal. The specific value-added by each improvement can vary depending on factors like your location, the current condition of your home, and market trends. However, here are some home improvements that often provide a good return on investment:

  1. **Kitchen Remodel: Kitchens are often considered the heart of the home. Upgrading countertops, cabinets, appliances, and adding modern fixtures can significantly increase your home's value.

  2. **Bathroom Remodel: A well-designed and updated bathroom can make a big difference. Consider improvements like new tiles, a modern vanity, and energy-efficient fixtures.

  3. *Adding a Deck or Patio: Outdoor living spaces are increasingly popular. A well-designed deck or patio can enhance your home's appeal and functionality.

  4. Basement Finishing: Converting an unfinished basement into a usable living space can add substantial value. Consider adding a bedroom, home office, or recreation room.

  5. *Curb Appeal Enhancements: First impressions matter. Landscaping, fresh paint, a new front door, and improved siding or stonework can boost curb appeal.

  6. Energy Efficiency Upgrades: Energy-efficient improvements, such as upgrading insulation, windows, doors, and installing a programmable thermostat, can reduce utility costs and increase value.

  7. Finished Attic: If your attic is unfinished and has the height for conversion, turning it into a bedroom or office space can be a valuable addition.

  8. Smart Home Features: Installing smart home technology, such as a smart thermostat, security system, or lighting, can make your home more appealing to modern buyers.

  9. Additional Bathrooms: Adding an extra bathroom, especially to a home with few existing bathrooms, can be a strong selling point.

  10. Garage Addition or Renovation: Expanding or renovating your garage can provide valuable storage space or even room for another vehicle.

  11. *Roof Replacement: If your roof is old or in poor condition, replacing it can prevent further damage to your home and increase its value.

  12. Hardwood Flooring: Upgrading to hardwood floors can make a significant difference in the perceived value and aesthetics of your home.

Remember that market conditions, local real estate trends, and the quality of workmanship also play a role in determining the value added by these improvements. It's a good idea to consult with a local real estate agent or appraiser to get a better understanding of how specific improvements will impact the value of your home in your area.


* Midtown Home Improvements offers these services

** Midtown Home Improvements only offers these services in the St. Louis market


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