1. Paint- Repainting parts of your home every once in a while is a simple value adder that is fairly inexpensive. You don't have to repaint everything; focus on the parts that a potential buyer would look at, such as the kitchen, bedrooms, and bathrooms.
2. Outdoor Seating- Adding a quality seating area in the backyard adds value by giving your outdoor space a better look. Prospective buyers will like the fact that you have another area where they could host guests, or spend time with their family.
3. Bathroom Upgrades- The bathroom is most likely to be your least expensive room to upgrade, but could produce the most results. A more modern bathroom could go a long way i convincing potential buyers that your home is the one for them.
4. Landscaping- You certainly don't need to go overboard in terms of landscaping. If you do, it will get expensive fast. However, adding to or improving upon the plant life surrounding your home will give prospective buyers a better first impression of your home and make the exterior of your home brighter and more appealing.
5. Store Effectively- No one wants to walk into a home that looks like it belongs to a hoarder. Decluttering your home will not only increase its property, but also make you feel proud of your space while you're still living there. By the way, you know what makes storage and organizing much easier? Getting rid of stuff you don't need!
If you're preparing your home because you're thinking of selling your home, let's talk!
These tips were pulled from an article on www.trendinghomenews.com