How to Invest in Your Home Without Breaking the Bank

Thursday, April 27, 2017, 6:00 PM | 1 Comment

Anyone who currently owns a home or has in the past knows that there are investments you will have to make at one point or another.

Many home investments are expensive, but there are some not-so-expensive changes you can make that can greatly improve your home and increase its value.

Here are some investments you can make in your home without breaking the bank.

How to Invest in Your Home Without Breaking the Bank

  • New Doors

    Replacing the front entry door to your home or getting new garage doors are among some of the most cost-effective improvements you can make to your home.

    You can get a new front entry door for less than $1,000, and you tend to recoup 100 percent of more of what you spend in terms of increased resale value of your home.

    Garage doors cost more, but they also are a great investment that will allow you to boost your home value by almost as much as you spend on them.

  • Landscaping

    Most people focus on the inside of their house when thinking about improvements and never even consider the outside, but curb appeal really is important, especially when you are trying to sell.

    You don’t have to spend a ton of money on your landscaping, either, to see a big return on your money.

    Things as simple as filling in bare spots in the lawn, trimming trees and shrubs and planting flowers can greatly improve the look of your home and add resale value that exceeds what you spent on the improvements.

  • Pest Control

    Many people consider pest control a nuisance and not an investment in their home, but if you have ever had to pay to repair damage caused by termites, you know investing in pest control is worth the money.

    Some companies, like Be There Pest Control, know how serious these kind of infestations can be.

    Spraying your yard to keep away mosquitoes and other pests also helps you to improve the enjoyment of your home.

  • Minor Kitchen and Bath Remodels

    When people think of kitchen and bath remodels, they often think of five-figure bills.

    But there are many small projects you can do in your kitchen or bath that don’t cost a lot and make a big difference. These include changing fixtures, replacing the vanity, installing a new sink or redoing the kitchen back splash.

If you want to make some good investments in your home but don’t have a lot of money, don’t fret. There are plenty of high-impact projects you can do that are low in cost.

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Rachelle Wilber is a freelance writer living in the San Diego, California area. She graduated from San Diego State University with her Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and Media Studies. She tries to find an interest in all topics and themes, which prompts her writing. When she isn’t on her porch writing in the sun, you can find her shopping, at the beach, or at the gym. Follow her on twitter and Facebook.

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  1. One Response to “How to Invest in Your Home Without Breaking the Bank”

  2. By Roman from TheTwinSpin on May 3, 2017, 3:44 am | Reply

    Thank you for the great advice. Not long ago, one of my friends said, that he was selling his good house for more than a year!!! The price was lower than for the smaller houses. He succeeded when he ended with the landscape. He did all the landscape work himself, so did not spend a penny. So, I can prove, that good fence and landscape can add the value to your house.
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