4 Exterior Renovations That Increase Home Value

Dated: March 31 2020

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Thinking about some improvements in order to make your home ready for the market? Not every project provides an equal return on investment. According to Remodeling magazine's most recent Cost vs. Value report, the projects with the highest expected return on investment are: 

Garage door replacements. Garage door looking shabby? If a simple paint job won't do, consider a new door altogether. 

Manufactured stone veneer and siding replacement. You can completely change the look of your home by replacing the siding. 

Deck additions. The addition of a deck is one of the few additions that bring immediate returns, as opposed to adding another block of indoor living space, which is much more costly and may not appeal to every buyer. 

Entry door replacements. The entry door is  one of the first things people see when they approach your home, and with that in mind, its relatively inexpensive to replace.

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