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Cheap Ways to Increase Home Value

Source: Forbes

Don't Add A Room, Invent One

Main floor master bedrooms, baby nurseries and crafting rooms are desirable but many homes don’t have them. If you have a den, attic, or bonus room, decorate it to look like one of these. Your realtor can tell you what clients in the area are looking for.

30 Tips for Increasing Your Homes Value

Source: DIY Network

Home Improvements: Under $100(1 of 10)

Tip 1: Spend an hour with a pro.
Invite a realtor or interior designer over to check out your home. Many realtors will do this as a courtesy, but you will probably have to pay a consultation fee to a designer. Check with several designers in your area; a standard hourly fee is normally less than $100, and in an hour they can give you lots of ideas for needed improvements. Even small suggested improvements, such as paint colors or furniture placement, can go a long way toward improving the look and feel of your home.

10 Tips to Increase Your Home's Value

Source: HGTV

Plan your remodel.
Whether you just bought a house or you have lived there for a while, the fastest way to increase your home's value is by making a plan.

You will fare better if upgrades are made intentionally and not on impulse. Home improvement projects cost about 20 to 25 cents on the dollar. The other 75 to 80 cents spent go directly back into the home through increased value.

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