Many homeowners proceed with home upgrade projects with set goals in mind; either to increase their home's functionality, aesthetics, and value of the space. A lot of home remodeling projects, such as renovating the kitchen, are able to improve functionality, aesthetics, and space value; however, there are some instances when homeowners seek to add features that provide enjoyment and space for activities, assuming that the updates will add perceived value when it comes time to sell.
Yet, this is usually not the case for certain projects. Some renovation projects might be viewed as superfluous or unnatractive by prospective buyers. So, before you start contacting contractors and schedulign consultation appointments, be sure that you understand if the project wiill add value to your home in the long term, or if you will be paying purely to enjoy it.Check out this infographic from the qSample Blog, which details 5 CT home remodeling projects you will want to avoid if your goal is to achieve a positive return on investment (ROI).
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The advice provided within this blog post is only meant to serve as a general guideline. If you are generally interested, you should discuss specific project requirements with your CT home remodeling contractor, as the best solution will vary from home to home.
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