When preparing your property for sale, you want to make it as attractive as possible to buyers. After all, the more buyers like what they see, the higher the probability you’ll get good offers.
That’s why it’s advisable to clean, declutter, decorate, fix, and improve as much as possible.
But how far should you go with fixing and improving? For example, should you tear down the old deck and build a new one? Or should you just leave it as is?
Should you paint the main floor? Or is it okay to leave the faded finish and few wall dents just as they are?
Those can be difficult questions to answer because many factors come into play.
- What is the traditional return on investment for that home improvement? In other words, how much will...