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Are you getting ready to list your home for sale? In addition to home staging, there are a variety of steps a homeowner can take to boost their home’s property value. A few additions/alterations can prove to make a significant difference in the return of their investment. Keep reading and discover three clever ways to boost your home’s property value in 2020.

Install smart appliances

Many homebuyers today have smart appliances near the top of their wishlist. In most cases, when a homeowner invests in smart appliances, they won’t need to undergo significant renovations in their home. In many cases, old appliances can be easily swapped out for smart ones. Examples of smart enhancements include items like fire detectors, keypad door locks, thermostats, and security cameras. Smart home technology is one trend that does not appear to be losing any steam going into the new year. 

Eliminate carpeting 

Carpeting is becoming less desirable every single year. Today, modern homebuyers are looking for sleek hardwood floors. If you don’t want to break the bank with authentic wood flooring, there are cheaper alternatives, like laminate, for a fraction of the price. 

Upgrade kitchen countertops

Home sellers need to understand that the kitchen is without question the most important room in the eyes of homebuyers. An outdated kitchen will significantly bring down your home’s appeal. If your kitchen currently features old laminate countertops, you should consider investing in a material like quartz or granite. An investment like this will improve the appearance of your kitchen and boost the value of your home.

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