Remodeling Your Master Bathroom For Resale
If you’re thinking about putting your home on the market, now may be the perfect time. Conventional wisdom has long told us that the warming weather of spring and summer offers homeowners the best conditions to garner interest in their home and facilitate a sale, and in this case, conventional wisdom has proven true. In fact, according to REALTOR.com, one of the premier internet resources for all things real estate, 50% of home sales every year take place in the summer months alone.
Trying to sell any home with outdated living spaces is a challenge, regardless of location or value. While updated bathrooms, even half baths, throughout your home will most certainly help your case when trying to entice potential buyers, nothing is quite as important to the modern home seeker as the comfort of an updated master bathroom ensuite. A recent poll from CBS News lists a master bathroom as one of the top 5 features buyers consider very important when looking for a house, which means if you want your house to move quickly, you’re going to need to give buyers what they want.
Today, we’re going to show you how to gear your master bathroom construction or remodel towards creating something that will not only be of interest to those who might want to buy your home, but will also will help get you the best return on the money you invest.
Avoid These Remodeling Mistakes!
Bathroom remodels are a great way to bring a breath of fresh air into your home, but with them can also come stress, anxiety, and a whole bunch potential for mistakes. But fear not: just because others have had their remodel realities turned into something reminiscent of a nightmare, doesn’t mean yours has to follow suit. Today we’re going to cover the top 5 mistakes most people make when considering and executing a bathroom remodel, and show you how to best ensure remodel results that you’ll love – mistake free!
Gear Your Kitchen Remodel Toward Squeaky Clean Results
As we’ve covered in previous posts, kitchens in 2015 are not only a place where we cook, but also a place to entertain and hang out. After the dust has settled and the materials have set from your remodel, nothing is more fun than showing off your new kitchen to friends and family. However, making the most of your new kitchen could mean incorporating additional cleaning time into your already busy schedule – a headache that no one enjoys. Our advice: gear your kitchen remodel towards making cleaning easy, and you’ll be able to enjoy your new space without the extra effort.
With diverse kitchen materials now available to install in every corner of your kitchen, the cleaning process of what you select is definitely something that should be considered when making your final decisions for your remodel. Think you’ve got the perfect countertop picked out? It might be a porous material that will be susceptible to dangerous bacteria growth. Got that vinyl tile flooring pattern that just fits perfectly with your motif? You may want to choose again. When it comes right down to it, the diversity of materials in your kitchen and their proximity to food and drink make it one of the most tedious and difficult places in the house to keep clean, and adding materials that require a labor-intensive cleaning process certainly won’t help. Today we’re going to examine all of the areas of your kitchen you’re looking to update with your remodel, and show you the best solutions out there for creating a cooking space that is as easy to clean as it is to enjoy.