[VIDEO] – Boost Your Resale Value with These 3 Inexpensive Renovations

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Welcome back to the Capital City Real Estate Group video blog! I’m Marc Iafrate, Broker-in-Charge of the Capital City Real Estate Group here in Raleigh. Today we are going to discuss How to Boost Your Resale Value with Three Inexpensive Renovations

To get top dollar for your home, renovations may be necessary. However, some renovations can prove costly and they don’t always add value to your home. Here are three inexpensive renovations that are sure to improve the resale value of your home.

First Impressions Matter

Your home needs to have curb appeal. If the potential buyer doesn’t see that, it will be difficult to get the price you want. Spend money and time landscaping your yard. Pressure wash your driveway. Paint your front door. Make your porch look welcoming. If you do all of this yourself or with the help of family and friends, the costs will be reasonable.

After a prospective buyer is impressed by your nicely kept lawn, you will want to continue impressing them with your interior design. Buyers already know what they want when it comes to the number of bedrooms and baths. You have something they want or they wouldn’t be looking at your home. Now, you need to keep their attention.

Freshening Up the Interior

Each room needs to be freshly painted in a neutral color. Old wallpaper and borders should be stripped and walls repainted. Make each room look larger by clearing any clutter. If possible, remove any unnecessary furniture and store it somewhere else. Have any carpets professionally cleaned, and be sure to polish any hardwood flooring. In the bedrooms, de-clutter your closets. Your kitchen and bathrooms should be sparkling. Clean and organize counters and cabinets. Again, most of these suggestions cost little but add great value to your home.

Upgrades

When you think of upgrades, you may automatically assume major costs with little return. However, many upgrades may be within your budget. Consider making some of these affordable upgrades to your home.

Living Areas/Family Rooms – If you’re going for a more elegant touch, add some crown molding. For a more rustic feel, add stained box beams or paint them to match the trim color for a more updated look. Improving the ceilings of main rooms will add value to your home.

Hardware and Fixtures – Painting cabinets and changing the hardware on your cabinet doors can change the look of a room dramatically. Add new fixtures such as lighting and doorknobs throughout the home for a more updated look.

Selling your home may require you to spend a little money, but you’ll likely get the full value of your home.

And remember, you can always rely on your Capital City Real Estate Group Broker for helpful tips and referrals for trusted professionals whenever you need them.

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Marc Iafrate, MBA
Broker-in-Charge, Realtor
Capital City Real Estate Group
(919) 390-7810 Office
8319 Six Forks Road, Suite 201
Raleigh, NC 27615

About Capital City Real Estate Group, Inc.

Moving to North Carolina years ago was the best decision my family and I could have made. We were looking for a change from the cold Michigan winters and the volatile economic climate. The Triangle was the perfect choice with its mild winters, quality of life and diverse economic base.

I have always held as my personal values and guiding principles: Professionalism, Integrity, Dependability and understand the meaning of perseverance!

I began my real estate career in 1996 as a commercial investor. This led to a Director of Property Management position for multi-family and commercial property and now, residential real estate as the Broker/Owner of the Capital City Real Estate Group, Inc. here in Raleigh.

I put myself through the evening MBA program at the University of Michigan while working full time and raising a family.

Prior to real estate, I earned a Master of Science in Engineering from U of M and currently hold 2 U.S. Design Patents and had a successful corporate career in the automotive industry. As a result of that experience, I’ve successfully been able to apply my problem solving ability to business.

Community Involvement

Wake Forest Downtown, Inc. Board of Directors
Wakefield Rotary Club of Wake Forest, NC Board of Directors
Rotary Club Secretary position
Paul Harris Fellow

In addition to the Rotary Club, I support causes which strengthen our local community such as the YMCA – We Build People Program and Habitat for Humanity
My wife’s favorite charity benefiting children is The Angel Tree
We participate in our church food and clothing drives to benefit our local community
We also support the American Cancer Society, the Alzheimer’s Association and the Humane Society

Professional Associations

North Carolina Real Estate Broker License
South Carolina Real Estate Broker License
National Association of Realtors (NAR)
North Carolina Association of Realtors
Raleigh Regional Association of Realtors
Coastal Carolina Association of Realtors

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Marc Iafrate, MBA
Broker-in-Charge/Owner
Capital City Real Estate Group, Inc.
Raleigh, NC

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