4 Tips for Increasing Your Home’s Value among $100 – $200

In the previous article, we have discussed another tip to increase your home’s value under $100, such as buying an airless spray gun to finish painting job efficiently and smoothly. In this article we are going to talk over the tip to increase your home value in a bigger budget, so if you have more than $100 but under $200, you can count in these tips. So, as a return it will enhance your house’s price in the future.

Tip 1: Plant a Tree

Using trees to mature your environment will provide a necessary habitat for wildlife while adding valuable curb appeal to your home. But planting trees can be included as your home improvements only if you aren’t planning to sell your house today, since it surely needs time to make them grow.

Tip 2: Low-Maintenance Landscaping

Having shrubs and colorful plants will surely uplift your garden appeal. But it will be better to think green and purchase plants that are drought-tolerant which will save your money since they require less water and maintenance.

Tip 3: Improve the air quality inside your home

One of the most important things that you should consider to make your house looks more appealing to buyers is to check about your air quality since your indoor air quality may be hiding contaminants and allergens. So, what you need to do is to hire a professional company to test the air. If it is proven contain bad contaminants and allergens, figure out where it comes from, as it can be out from your carpet or furniture. If your carpet holds bad odors, and you find difficult to make it clean, you better replace it with hard surface floors which is more easier to keep it clean and can give your home an updated look.

Tip 4: Money-Saving

Installing a water filtration system in your kitchen will make your homebuyers happy. Moreover, not only these systems will purify your water, they will also lower your grocery bills since no more bottled water.


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