5 Home Improvement Projects To Avoid

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5 Home Improvement Projects To Avoid - The Salonga Brothers - Modesto Real Estate

5 Home Improvement Projects To Avoid – The Salonga Brothers – Modesto Real Estate

5 HOME IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS TO AVOID

If you plan on movig in two to three years, don’t invest money in home improvement projects that won’t oncrease the resale value of your home.

GOURMET KITCHENS WITH HIGH-END ACCESSORIES

Costly kitchen additions don’t pay off when you list your home for sale. In general, too much customization in a home turns buyers away.

WHIRLPOOL BATHS

Potential buyers will not pay extra for a newly installed whirlpool bath. In addition, the costs for installing a whirlpool tub can be prohibitive and raise energy bills.

HOME OFFICE REMODELING

The average home office renovation costs around $28,000, and you will recieve about a 46% return on an investment for this pricey remodel.

GARAGE ADDITIONS

Homeowners who build a garage typically only see a 62% return on an investment that costs tens of thousands of dollars. Not a good idea if you plan to sell soon.

EXPENSIVE LANDSCAPING

Creating an over-the-top backyard paradise won’t add to your asking price. so, if you plan to sell your home in the next few years, you won’t recoup the cost of expensive landscaping in the sale.