When it comes time to sell your home hopefully it has received regular maintenance and upgrades to furniture, curtains, appliances so that it strikes buyers as a place they can move in to right away. But in reality, this often isn’t the case. So is it a good idea to start renovating rooms, adding new granite counters, replacing outdated furnishings to get the best price for your home? Unless you plan to tackle the whole house, doing piecemeal improvements probably won’t pay off in terms of your final sale price.
If renovating your entire home isn’t in the cards, don’t start fixing individual spaces unless they are literally in such bad condition they will shock the buyer. Here are three simple things you can do to improve your home and add value right away.