Minor Indoor Home Improvements to Consider Before Selling Your Home  

Imagine potential home buyers stepping inside your home to see paint chipping off your foyer walls. They move in further and look at stained carpets on the living room floors, chipped wooden cabinets, or dated kitchen countertops. Most people will buy a house that looks ‘move-in ready’ instead of one that needs repairs. But you can solve this problem by getting your home fixed even on a small budget. Read below to find out how to transform your well-used home with the facelift it deserves before putting it up for sale. 

Improve your Home’s Resale Value with Cost-effective Indoor Renovations

  • Fix your Front Door – Your home’s front door is one of the first things that a potential buyer sees when stepping inside your house. Ensure that it looks solid and is painted in a color that goes well with the overall home interiors as well as blends in with the neighborhood aesthetic. 
  • Revive Your Walls with Paint – A quick coat of fresh paint is a good idea to liven up any part of the house, be it the foyer, the kitchen, or the living room walls. It’s a simple, cost-effective way to cover any imperfections like nicks, stains, or marks, and brighten up your rooms. Paint the interior walls in neutral colors like white, grey, or beige that will go with any color scheme. 
  • Cabinet Refinishing – Do you have outdated kitchen or bathroom cabinets that need a facelift? Refinishing your cabinets can result in a lot of savings compared to changing the entire cabinetry, while giving it a new look in a matter of days.
  • Upgrade your Floors – If you have wooden floors, ensure that they have no major scratches. Be ready to replace them if they cannot be salvaged. Wooden flooring should be uniform in all the rooms.  
  • Show off the Carpet – Give carpets a deep clean to make them look new. Change carpets that are torn or have stubborn stains that cannot be removed. 
  • Change Outdated Countertops and Kitchen Appliances – Update your old-fashioned, laminated kitchen countertops with a reasonably priced good quality granite, quartz, or marble one.  If your kitchen appliances are dated, they need to be changed. Get good quality steel appliances like a cooking range, dishwasher, and microwave oven. 
  • Doorknobs, Drawer Handles, and Other Fixtures – Fix any missing drawer handles and doorknobs with ones already in the room to give it a uniform look. Ensure that your light switches are painted white instead of the old-fashioned beige. Change dated light fixtures with more elegant ones that go with the overall look of the house. Call professionals to fix anything that’s broken or damaged.  
  • Bathroom Tubs and Tile Works – Refinish and restore your bathroom tubs and tiles to give them a brand-new look. Cracked tiles and tubs can be repaired quickly and at a cost much lower than installing new ones by our experts at Mastercraft Painting and Finishes. 

Improve the Resale Value of Your Home and Reap Rewards for Your Efforts

You can instantly improve the look and value of your home by focusing on the right projects. Take on home improvement tasks depending on your time at hand and your budget. Start with projects that need immediate attention first and then move to the next one.