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Why should you Renovate?
If you already own a home and you're thinking about moving and buying another home, you may want to think about renovating your existing home. Of course, it all depends on why you want to move.
However, if you like the area in which you're living and the only reason you're thinking about moving is that your home doesn't meet your requirements, renovating may be a more practical and cost-effective solution.
Over the last several years, with stock market performance weak, many people have turned to their homes as a source of investment, putting money into renovations which they feel will add value to their homes. From their point of view, this is one investment with a sure pay-off, if not financially at least in the increased enjoyment of their home.
The following is a list of typical renovations that can have a positive impact on the value of your home. According to the findings of the Appraisal Institute of Canada in its national 1999 Renovations and Home Value Survey, some renovations will result in a higher average pay-back (or dollars returned) at the time of sale:
- Interior painting and decor (73%)
- Kitchen (72%)
- Bathroom (68%)
- Exterior painting (65%)
- Flooring upgrades (62%)
- Window/door replacement (57%)
- Main floor family room addition (51%)
- Fireplace addition (50%)
- Basement renovation(49%)
- New furnace or heating system (48%)
Real estate experts suggest you avoid renovations which increase the value of your home significantly beyond other homes in your area. If you do, you probably won't recover the full value of your expenditures.