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Renovating your home cost-effectively

Many potential vendors who are thinking of selling are often faced with the decision whether or not they should renovate their home to not only make it more appealing to potential buyers, however, to hopefully increase their sale price. Simple renovations can make a huge difference to the appearance of your home and can be done whilst still being cost-effective.

Replacing old door handles or light fittings can make your home look fresh and modern, and is a very cost-effective way of doing so. Re-painting the inside of your home can also make a huge difference to a home and its overall appeal to buyers. It can transform it so that it looks fresh as opposed to looking tired.

Another great way of modernising your home is ripping up the carpet and replacing it with floorboards or vinyl planks. Not only does this freshen up the look of your home, but they are also easier to keep clean.

Installing a skylight allows natural light into your home and is a great way to lighten up a dark area. Whilst there are many types of skylights, basic ones can be installed for around $700 – $800.

A final tip for renovating your home is that you may like to put a new bedspread on the bed and replace any dated curtains. This will also add to the appeal of your home to potential buyers and will give the bedrooms a modern look.

If you want a free consultation on the sales process? Feel free to contact the Ray White Upper Coomera team to help make the most of your property improvements.

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