Can you add the cost of any renovations you’ve made to your asking price? Answer: No…

Let’s say you overhauled your kitchen or added a deck. It stands to reason that whatever money you paid for these improvements will be recouped in full once you sell—after all, your home’s new owners are inheriting all your hard work.

The reality: While your renovations might see some return on investment, you’ll rarely recoup the whole amount. On average, you can expect to get back 64% of every dollar you spend on home improvements. Plus that profit can vary greatly based on which renovation you do. Have any other questions? Call me today…
Posted on September 29, 2017 at 4:16 am
Steven Galindo | Category: Home Seller Advice

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