February 27, 2017
Before you Remodel, Consider the Return on Investment
When folks consider remodeling their home, the projects that top their list are bathroom remodels and additions, kitchen remodels, open concept ideas, deck additions, and master suite updates.
However, before you begin any home improvement endeavor, take the time to consider which projects are really the most important to focus your attention, and which yield your highest rate of return.
Which Projects have the Best Rate of Return?
According to Realtor.com the remodeling projects with the least return on investment are:
Master suite additions
The more practical/function based updates like attic insulation, garage doors, roofing, siding, and gutters fall on the list of the most return on investment.
Potential Buyers Don’t Want to Spend Money on Practical/Functional Updates
Potential buyers are more likely to purchase a home that only requires cosmetic fixes than a home physically in need of much more work and maintenance. If a buyer knows they do not need to spend money on a new gutter system or replace a leaking roof, they are more likely to purchase the home and remodel the kitchen or bath themselves.
So before you begin that kitchen remodel, take a look at your gutters. Installing new gutters will provide a greater return on investment when it comes time to sell your home!
At Anderson Gutter, we take a lot of pride in the quality of our gutter installation services. If you’d like to get a free quote from us, we make it super easy to do online. And if you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to call us at 513-668-8666.