5 DIY Home Improvements to Boost your Glenbroke Townhome’s Value

5 DIY Home Improvements to Boost your Glenbroke Townhome’s Value

Are you planning on selling your home and are looking for ways to boost its value while staying on a budget? Well, you’re in luck! Although there’s not much you can do regarding your home’s exterior (the HOA takes care of that), there are some easy interior projects you can do yourself to boost your Glenbrooke townhome’s worth.

Create more space. Buyers love spacious homes. If you think your home could do with more space, don’t worry. There are many ways to reinvent the existing space in your home and create more rooms without knocking down walls. You can convert the attic into another bedroom, crafts room or a game room. If you have an unfinished basement, finish it and turn it into an office or pool room. Remember, a versatile interior have greater appeal to potential buyers. When you create more space, you’re helping them visualize how their own belongings will fit inside your Glenbroke townhome.

Add more lights. There are many known benefits of a well-lit home. We are talking about both artificial lights and natural sunlight. Good lighting not only enhances the mood and desirability of your home but brings out the beauty of your fabrics and furniture as well. To maximize the light coming from existing windows, avoid heavy or dark curtains, pull curtains back and shades up during the day and do not place furniture either in front of the window or close to the sides.

You can also strategically place track lights in the right areas of the home (living room, kitchen, bathrooms) to achieve a cozy, welcoming look.

Go Green. Energy savers make your house more desirable for potential buyers. So if you’re thinking of replacing some of your old appliances, consider buying energy saving ones. A home with low energy bill will surely be an added attraction for any potential buyer.

Upgrade your kitchen. For some buyers, the kitchen is the deal-breaker that’s why transforming the look and feel of your kitchen can really pay off. But instead of investing in brand-new cabinetry, try working with what you have. You can achieve a brand new look for your cabinets by simply refacing the doors or you can free up space by suspending your pots and pans from the ceiling.

Paint. Painting your Glenbrooke townhome’s interior is probably the cheapest way to give it a well-maintained, if not brand new, look. Carefully choose colors that are neutral. But “neutral” doesn’t necessarily mean white or that there should be no color involved. Use colors that complements your home’s structure and style.

With these home improvement projects, you’ll only need to invest a little money and time but the big improvement in the look, feel and ambiance of your home is really well worth the investment. To know more about how other homes for sale in Bridgewater NJ looks like, visit, www.CNJHomeFinder.com,

If you’re thinking of selling your Glenbrooke townhome in Bridgewater NJ, call me, Mike Downer at 732–302–1771 or send me an email at mike@mikedowner.com. I’ll be glad to talk with you and assist you in all of your real estate needs.

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