More Americans are staying in their homes rather than moving. According to Fannie Mae’s National Housing Survey released in November 2010, 85 percent of the general population believed it was a bad time to sell their home. There’s a lot more to be gained through remodeling besides increased functionality, new appliances, efficient systems, updated décor, additional space or the pure enjoyment of making your home your own. There’s also the increased value your home receives when you make improvements.
With so many options available today, Reveal shares a few considerations for homeowners who wish to get the most out of their remodeling investment.
Some homeowners can handle routine maintenance projects and cosmetic touch-ups, but we strongly recommend they consult with Reveal’s qualified professionals for larger remodeling jobs and major changes to the home’s structure.
Homeowners that need to make several updates to their homes but cannot afford a complete overhaul may be interested in phased remodeling. In this instance, remodeling projects are broken into phases over time, for a long-term project plan. This also lessens the burden of remodeling to the homeowner as they remain in the home as work is being done.
So when starting your remodel consider these tips to increase the value of your home and end up with a beautiful finished product to enjoy.