Remodeling your home can be an expansive task, and one that takes quite a lot of time. If you are in the market to sell your home you might not have the time or the money to perform all these expansive time-consuming tasks, but you still would want to do something to increase the value of your home. For such projects we have compiled a list of things that you can do and that you should do.

1) Check out what trend ads the most value today

Remodeling a home or improving it in some way to increase its value will usually be bound by the trend of the age. For instance, in the past, if you had a fireplace the value of your home would be higher than today as many people are now turning to alternative heating sources as opposed to chopping wood in their yard to heat the house.

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You have to stay ahead of the time and check out what adds the most value to a home before you start a project to improve it. Usually, there is a bucket list of things that you can invest into but pick one or two that take the least amount of time and money but adds value to your home.

2) Low-cost Landscaping

Improving your garden is going the be the cheapest investment that will give you the best visualization effect to the buyer of the home. Investing in some potted plants that are easy to take care of can really boost the value of your home.

3) Install a water filtration system

This is another not-so-expansive addition you can have for your home, that will both benefit you and the new homeowner.

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Every item that you install that you can talk about its benefits for hours will add value to your home in the eyes of the buyer. No matter how easy it was to install them.

4) Install sun blinders and mosquito nets

Every window should also be upgraded with blinds that can be rolled up and with mosquito nets that can be detached during the winter period. These little two additions won’t cost a lot of money or time, but they will add value due to the very nature of things they are protecting the new homeowner from.

5) Bathroom upgrades count for a lot

Remodeling the bathroom can cost a lot of money if you take a big project. However, any upgrade to the bathroom will count. Check out what you can DIY on the web that will give you the most bang for the buck.

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