Spring can be a wonderful time to start on much-needed projects, including home renovations.
Our team at Journey Home Lending wants you to consider utilizing your tax refund this year to tackle home projects that can boost your home’s value, especially if you see yourself putting your home up for sale sooner rather than later. It is a hot market, after all.
If you are looking to sell your home this year, now is the time to start tackling home renovation projects that can boost your home’s overall value. The best part? A lot of these home projects are not expensive to complete.
Light the Way
With the weather warming up and the days lasting longer due to the time change, now would be the perfect time to enhance the lighting in your outdoor space.
Not only will the lighting on your deck help add ambiance to any night, but it can also help make you feel more safe and secure when outside your home.
While improving your outdoor lighting, consider doing so inside the home, too. Upgrading the lighting in your kitchen can also help to add value to your home.
Paint the Town Red
Well, maybe not the inside of your home. But a little paint on the walls can do wonders for your home. It can help transform any room while also giving your home’s value a boost!
Popular paint colors for 2022 you might want to consider include:
- Pantone’s Very Peri
- Periwinkle Blue
- Benjamin Moore’s October Mist
- Sherwin Williams’ Evergreen Fog
- Moody Hues
- Benjamin Moore’s Raccoon Fur
When One Door Closes, a New Window Opens
When was the last time you replaced your home’s windows? For many homeowners, the windows need to be replaced every 15 to 20 years. If it is close to that timeframe for the windows in your home, then you might want to consider upgrading them.
New windows can be a good investment to make for your home, as it usually offers a strong return on investment. For instance, if your home’s windows cost around $12,000, you could expect around $9,672 in resale value!
Are you ready to move into a new home? Visit our website to learn how the team at Journey Home Lending can lend a helping hand.
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