The South’s Top Home Improvements

Getting your home ready to sell?

It’s important to keep in mind that the better your house shows, the better your house sells.

Most of the time, the small things add up to make a big difference. recently conducted its third nationwide home improvement and home staging survey to reveal the top do-it-yourself, low-cost home improvements.

Atlantans, get ready. Each region of the country has different tastes and conditions influencing their top priorities – here’s what the 1,000 REALTORS in the South who took part in the survey came up with:

Basically, we’re seeing these top 5 home improvements as the most recommended, based on cost and return on investment:

1. Home staging
2. Lighten and brighten
3. Clean and de-clutter
4. Landscape
5. Repair electrical

However, if you’re looking for the largest price increase to your home’s resale value, surprise, surprise: it’s the updated kitchen. And sometimes an updated kitchen could be as simple as repainting the cabinets and getting rid of an outdated apples-in-baskets wallpaper.

If you’re interested in the rest of the country’s home improvement priorities, see the full survey results here.

Contact Red Robin Group at 404-254-5206 x2 to schedule a free home evaluation. We can help you determine what needs to be done to make your home stand out in this competitive market!

posted: Nov 2, 2010 | No Responses

Posted by:  Wakamo & Associates

Melissa Wakamo and her dynamic team of agents and support staff provide buyer and seller clients with exceptional service and proven results. Since the start of her real estate career in 2004, Melissa has proven to be a true advocate for her clients and has consistently performed in the top 1% of agents

“When I started my real estate career, I wanted to work in my local community and get to know my neighbors. Now, I realize how important that local expertise is to our clients. At Red Robin REALTORS®, all of our agents are specialists in working with buyers and sellers in Atlanta’s intown neighborhoods.”

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