Increase Your Curb Appeal
The first thing any buyer sees is how your home looks on the outside. How your house looks from the street can entice potential buyers to explore or turn them off before they even get a chance to look inside. A neatly trimmed lawn, fresh coat of paint on the fence, staining the front porch or even painting the front door will all make a difference.
A faded, cracked exterior paint job will deter any potential buyer. Consider having the outside of your home repainted to make it look clean and well maintained. If you have an off color home, ask a realtor what types of colors buyers are looking for and take this opportunity to make a change to sell your home! Look at other homes in your neighborhood and try to pick a color that blends in yet has enough uniqueness to stand out.
Rejuvenate Your Kitchen
A full kitchen renovation can be extremely expensive with new appliances, tile backsplashes and granite countertops. Chances are you won’t recover all of the expenses you spent trying to transform the kitchen. The prudent choice is to hire interior painters and apply a new coat of paint that works well with your existing décor. You will be amazed with how much a new interior painting application can make your kitchen look like new. The kitchen walls are an obvious choice, but don’t forget to refresh the cabinets with a new paint job. Experts say that repainting your kitchen can add up to 7% to your home’s value.
Enhance Your Bathroom
Renovating a bathroom is another costly exercise. Rerouting plumbing, new sinks and showers add up quickly. An old tired bathroom can be revived with an interior paint job. A half bath is the perfect location for a more colorful or bold choice while the master bath or other bathrooms can use neutrals like taupe or soft grays to create a welcoming atmosphere.
Living Room Paint
Your living room is one of the primary focal points for new buyers. If your living room looks bland or uninteresting it can turn buyers off. Consider using accent walls to make your living room look amazing. The majority of the wall should be neutral, but adding a muted blue or light green can really turn this room into a showcase and a highlight of a property tour.