The Cheat Sheet
2. Next focus on the the things that make your house work. Things like the furnace, the A/C, the roof, the foundation – if any of these are suffering it’s going to be obvious and it’s going to hurt the value.
3. Kitchen and Bathrooms: It’s pretty simple really – typically the more utility something gets, the better ROI it will have. So rooms like the bathroom and the kitchen that get a lot of use are always going to be the best place to start. Of course these rooms are also the most expensive to update. But if you’re even semi-decent with a screwdriver and a paint brush there are some pretty easy ways to do a full makeover of these rooms yourself. But more on that later!
4. Honorable Mentions: Landscaping and Exteriors, High Efficiency Appliances, and Hardwares.
2. Home Maintenance (Furnace, A/C, Roof, Foundation Etc.)
3. Kitchen and Bathroom Renovations
4. Landscaping and Exterior (New Siding, Front Door, Windows, Garage Doors)
5. High Efficiency Appliances
6. Hardwares (New Lighting Fixtures, Moldings, Interior Doors Etc.)