Renovating or remodeling your house is one of the best ways to enhance the beauty of your home  sweet home. You can even add some innovative touches to certain areas to increase the functionality of your home. And with the right kind of innovation, you can enhance its resale value, too! 

Here are a few points you might want to consider before starting your renovating project:

Kitchen Renovations
A beautiful and functional kitchen is often a non-negotiable with potential home buyers, so it’s important to invest in this highly-trafficked space wisely. Whether you choose to replace the old appliances, renovate the cupboards and countertops, or simply consider adding a fresh coat of paint, you can recoup about 77% of your initial investment with a minor kitchen remodel.  

Window Replacement
Although this may not seem like the most dazzling renovation option, it maintains a great return on investment if done properly. That’s because the last thing a new homeowner wants to worry about is whether or not their windows are energy-efficient and can put up with Saskatchewan’s dramatic weather changes. Put in the elbow grease to replace your windows and recoup about 90% of your investment when you sell your home. 

Bathroom Remodel
Who knew that the room we spend the least amount of time in should receive more TLC than others? It’s suggested that you invest in nice fixtures and neutral colours so that any home buyer can see themselves in the space. 

A Fresh Coat of Paint
This may be the easiest and least expensive way to add value to your home as you prepare to sell it. A fresh coat of paint truly can transform a space, but it’s important that you choose shades that reflect ambient light and help make a room feel spacious. 

Most of all, we recommend that you invest in changes that you yourself will enjoy as well. That way, if you don’t recover the entirety of the renovation costs, you can find peace of mind knowing that you appreciated the space as well. 

And when you’re ready to list your home, get in touch! We’d love to help you sell the property as you move on to bigger and better adventures..