Certainly one way to add value to your home is through home improvement. But experts agree: not all home improvement is created equal. For example, kitchens and bathrooms traditionally have the best return on investment, often in the neighborhood of 85 percent. On the other hand, unless your block is stocked with home with pools, it might not be a wise idea to add one, as the return on investment is likely to be under 50 percent. And don’t be so qucik to add that home office or sunroom as these specialty items might not fit the needs of your prospective buyer.
Home improvement is never a bad idea; just be selective in your projects and it will become a great idea!