During late summer in Beavercreek, we cling to being outdoors, enjoying every precious moment before the chilly winds of fall blow. One of the best ways to savor the "outdoors" in an urban setting is to dine outside on a restaurant patio. What's not to like about breathing in the fresh air at one of your favorite restaurants, reveling in a night out with family and friends? After all, it's a thing we may have hesitated to do over the last couple of years.
So let's get outside and get going. Here are some great choices near that home you settled in from Beavercreek homes for sale.
You're ready to sell your home, so you've been weighing just how much you should put into repairs and upgrades so you can get a good price. Perhaps you're unsure which kinds of upgrades are likely to pay off when you're bargaining with a potential buyer. Here's where knowing something about ROI, or return on investment, can help boost the sale price of Beavercreek homes for sale, including yours.
Read on for some good advice from our REALTORS®.
You've likely heard about ROI. You know it's got to do with how much you invest in a renovation and how much you can ask for it when you're selling your home. But does investing in a renovation mean you can recoup the outlay when you're ready to sell? Mmm, not necessarily.
Here's the formula. The contractor charges you between $1500 and $3500 for the installation of insulation in a 2000-sq. ft. attic. This is, by the way, one of the best improvements you can make for selling your home, but we'll get to why in a moment. Anyway, the price will depend on whether you are leaving old insulation in place or yanking it all out before you install the new. It also depends on how accessible your attic is, and other factors. Let's say your cost is $3000. Your real estate agent says you can increase the selling price by $3500, with $500 as your investment gain.
Subtract the cost from gains. Then divide that $500 gain by the original cost. That/s $500 divided by $3500, which equals a 14 percent return on investment. Hey, congratulations. You made money.
Well, maybe. Unfortunately, the money we put into renovations doesn't necessarily come back in full when we sell our home. Here's a bummer of a stat: homeowners generally recoup only 64 percent of their outlay for a renovation. So says Remodeling Magazine.
The fact is, renovation ROIs can be great or not so much. So the key is knowing which ones are best to invest in. In general, lower-cost renovations tend to pay off better. Here's a list of ROI recommendations:
Here are some additional projects that will help you sell your home.
Got questions on ROI you'd like to discuss? Contact Wright-Patt Realty today.
Hurray for tasty fajitas: one of the best Mexican-inspired dishes you can prepare in your new home from Beavercreek homes for sale. Don't have time to prepare fajitas, despite the fact they're relatively simple to make? Never fear. Why not make it a point to find the best fajitas in your new neighborhood, and why not celebrate your find on August 18, National Fajita Day?
In Ohio, we make the most of summer — entertaining, vacationing, enjoying the warm weather in general, but also doing all those projects that require our attention. Even before you bought your house from Beavercreek homes for sale, you probably were making a list of must-dos, and no doubt you've been working on them ever since. But it's wise to start with those home improvement fixes that can actually save you money. Let's have a look at some of the recommendations from our REALTORS®.