You have lived in your home for several years and decided 2014 is the year to upgrade. Congratulations! As you begin preparing for your move, you will likely have a long list of to-do items and home renovation projects to ready your home for the big day. As you make your list of home improvements, remember that some common–and expensive–upgrades will not reap a good return on investment when the time comes to sell your home. While some are surprising, others are more obvious. And you’ll rest easy knowing you didn’t spend thousands of dollars on unneeded improvements.
Below are 5 home renovations to avoid when selling your home:
Stay tuned for our upcoming post on the best renovations to tackle when preparing to sell your home!