If you’re looking to sell your home this year or early next, then you’ve probably started noticing all the things you think you need to change to get it ready to list.
The kitchen you always wanted to renovate. The dated wallpaper in the bathroom. The laundry room that just didn’t function well.
Well, before you start getting quotes from contractors and digging into your savings, it’s important to know that major renovations almost invariably have a much lower return on investment (ROI) than small- to mid-range ones.
The reason? Buyers don’t actually need a fully remodeled kitchen or perfectly modern bathroom. Instead, buyers tend to focus on specific details when they’re looking at a home, and if you get these right, you’ll…