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Clean and Declutter

There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned cleanup drive to free up your home from any unnecessary clutter. Which doesn’t just mean having to choose which to keep and which to throw/give away. Decluttering your home can be as simple as keeping mostly unused items in storage, and making sure whatever else you leave is placed to work with your overall home aesthetic.

 

 

In The Eye of the Beholder

First impressions make a lasting impact on people - and the same goes with your home. People tend to hold on to how they first perceive your home, and that can factor well into setting the value of your property. How then do we make sure that you leave a good first impression of your home?

 

Simple: work on your home from the vantage point of your onlookers - the street. “Curb appeal” - as many home developers tend to refer to it - refers to how your home looks to anyone passing by the street. Sprucing up your home from such a vantage point will give it a strong impression and really wow your onlookers from the get go.

 

 

Painting A Thousand Words

A new paint job can work wonders in giving your home a refreshed look that drives up its appeal. Look into getting your home’s exteriors cleaned with a good power washing session. Consult with color experts for hot trends, or find a timeless, classic shade that would work best with your home’s architecture and styling. Either way, your home will look all the better for the fresh coat of paint and you’ll reap the rewards of a well-appraised home.

 

 

Take It Outside

Aside from the “face value” changes you can make for your home, one other aspect that can drastically give your property value a boost is making the most of your exteriors. This typically entails changes or upgrades to your backyard, but there’s more to it than just landscaping. If you really want to make the most of your backyard, you’ll want to build a patio.       

 

Alfresco design ideas come naturally to professional patio builders, so you shouldn’t shy away from one if you feel that adding a patio is the next step in adding value to your home. A well-designed patio, after all, is one of the surefire ways in increasing your property value.

4 Often Overlooked Factors In Increasing The Value Of Your Home


Clean and Declutter

There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned cleanup drive to free up your home from any unnecessary clutter. Which doesn’t just mean having to choose which to keep and which to throw/give away. Decluttering your home can be as simple as keeping mostly unused items in storage, and making sure whatever else you leave is placed to work with your overall home aesthetic.



In The Eye of the Beholder

First impressions make a lasting impact on people - and the same goes with your home. People tend to hold on to how they first perceive your home, and that can factor well into setting the value of your property. How then do we make sure that you leave a good first impression of your home?

Simple: work on your home from the vantage point of your onlookers - the street. “Curb appeal” - as many home developers tend to refer to it - refers to how your home looks to anyone passing by the street. Sprucing up your home from such a vantage point will give it a strong impression and really wow your onlookers from the get go.



Painting A Thousand Words

A new paint job can work wonders in giving your home a refreshed look that drives up its appeal. Look into getting your home’s exteriors cleaned with a good power washing session. Consult with color experts for hot trends, or find a timeless, classic shade that would work best with your home’s architecture and styling. Either way, your home will look all the better for the fresh coat of paint and you’ll reap the rewards of a well-appraised home.



Take It Outside

Aside from the “face value” changes you can make for your home, one other aspect that can drastically give your property value a boost is making the most of your exteriors. This typically entails changes or upgrades to your backyard, but there’s more to it than just landscaping. If you really want to make the most of your backyard, you’ll want to build a patio.       


Alfresco design ideas come naturally to professional patio builders, so you shouldn’t shy away from one if you feel that adding a patio is the next step in adding value to your home. A well-designed patio, after all, is one of the surefire ways in increasing your property value.