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On Home Building: Getting a Smart Home Renovation



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By : John Cutts    99 or more times read
Through home building, you are putting up a new asset with a relatively high value. However, through time, your home will come into disrepair, thus, decreasing its value. This is where you will need home renovation. Make some home improvements to increase the value of your house.

We might be in a poor economy with a poor real estate market now, but should not keep you away from home remodeling. Actually, getting a home improvement could give you profits by following good renovation techniques. However, over-renovating your home causes a big financial trouble.

In home building, you need to determine the best possible project with the least cost build a perfect home. In home renovation, you should learn and understand value engineering—determining specific types of renovations that would give you the most benefit—to increase your home value without shelling out much money.

These are the steps to follow to increase your home value and maximize your profit through smart home renovation:

1. Contact a qualified appraiser or a local real estate officer to acquire your current home value and the values of remodeled homes same as yours in your area. It allows you to know if there is a room for profit for your renovation plans. If the renovated homes near you have values close to your unimproved home, then it is pointless to renovate your home.

2. Consult an appraiser or your real estate agent to determine which renovations actually gives additional value to homes and which do not. With this, you can now look further on those renovations and ask the price it adds to your house.

3. Home value is determined through a Comparable Market analysis (CMA) by realtors and appraisers. They look at a lot of properties located near your house and alters the price for you based on your home parts’ condition and extension or any addition.

4. Given the values of all the renovations, determine the total costs. To do this, ask qualified contractors for several quotations.

5. Compare everything and determine the most profitable renovation. Just subtract the additional value of each renovation revealed in step three from the cost of renovation revealed in step four.

You should always maximize profit and minimize your cost in home building and home renovation so you would not have regrets in the end.
John Cutts has been educated in the finer points of the foreclosure market over 5 years.

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