If you are selling a house, it might be time to consider additions that could increase the value of your property. The best way to make sure you are positioned well in the market is to make your home as desirable to others as possible.
You might think this will require a huge project, that drains time and money, but there are a number of simple and inexpensive ways to boost the value of your property.
As it is becoming more common to work from home, an office may capture a whole new group of prospective buyers.
A home office does not require a large amount of space or even a separate room. There may be a spare nook or cranny in your home that with some small alterations can be transformed from an empty space into a functioning work station
The normal requirements of a home office are a built in desk with storage units and plug in points. To make it comfortable and welcoming, the addition of natural lighting and ventilation would be beneficial.
Buyers often look for a point of difference when searching for a new home and having a large master bedroom can be very attractive. An ensuite sets the master bedroom apart from the other bedrooms in the home and may be a feature that makes or breaks a buyer’s decision to buy.
The luxury of a ensuite is it that relieves pressure on the other bathrooms in the house, an important consideration for busy families.
An ensuite can be added without sacrificing a lot of space in the bedroom. All that is needed is a sink, toilet and shower enclosure. With a little tampering, these can be squeezed into a tight space.
The number of bedrooms can be one of the most important features of a home to a prospective buyer. This means that building an extra bedroom on your property may help to make it more valuable in the market and to buyers. Adding an extra bedroom might seem like a huge undertaking, but the cost and effort are sure to be rewarded in the long run.
Bedrooms are considered one of the property necessities and can be more important than luxury features, such as pools or triple garaging.
Off street parking is often an overlooked addition to any home, even though the practical benefits of garaging are endless.
A garage means you can avoid the hunt for a park on the street, especially one where there are parking restrictions. They provide somewhere dry to unload the supermarket shopping and extra storage space to keep all of your unused furniture.
This property feature doesn’t require the expensive trappings needed when renovating a home internally, but can be a serious selling point.