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Low Cost Home Additions to Add Value to Your Property

by Yours Tyleau Webmaster

If you’re planning to sell your home in the near future or you just want to make the most of your property, there are many things that you can do to make sure that you get the best possible price. However, rather than deciding to install a new bathroom or kitchen or extend your property with some kind of house addition, Sydney homeowners will find that simple but smart upgrades can help to achieve the biggest return on your investment.

Before you start to upgrade your home, it’s important to do your research to find out what the buyers in your area are looking for. Below you’ll find suggestions for home additions Sydney homeowners could incorporate to add value to their properties.

Functional Outdoor Living Spaces

If you’re planning to upgrade your home, spending your money outdoors would be a wise investment. We love to entertain in Australia, and we love to entertain outdoors, so a great outdoor living area is a fantastic selling point.

A new deck or patio, a built-in barbecue and an outdoor firepit are just some of the things that today’s buyers are looking for, while raised flower beds, built in furniture and pergolas will add extra interest to the garden area.

Up the Ante on the Approach to Your House

We’ve all heard that we have to give a house curb appeal and that’s very true. Many buyers will drive by your house first to get an idea of what the property is like before they arrange a viewing, so make sure that you’re presenting it in the best possible light. You may need to give your front door a lick of paint or even replace it with a more contemporary design. Make sure that your exterior walls, roofing and guttering are all in excellent condition and that your fencing, landscaping and lighting is well maintained and cared for.

Make the Most of Storage

We all need storage. It’s the one thing that most homeowners wish that they had more of. Even if you’re a fan of Marie Kondo, you’ll still need areas where you can hide away things that you don’t want on show. Think outside the box a little and see how you can make the most of little used space to add extra storage cupboards and shelves. Or how about using unused nooks and crannies to install a home desk (an essential for homeworking it you don’t have a dedicated home office) or even a cosy reading nook or day bed.

As you can, some of the suggestions don’t involve spending a lot of money but they can add value to your home and make it more desirable to buyers. There’s no need to spend mega bucks to get the best return on your investment.


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