10 Value-Adding Home Improvements We Recommends

The top 10 value-adding home upgrades, according to a study of 100 estate agents in the UK, are revealed.

Results from a survey carried out by 100 estate agents across the UK reveal the 10 most common value adding home improvements.

1) Loft Conversion – £22,000
2) New Extension – £19,000
3) New Kitchen – £10,000
4) New Conservatory – £9,000
5) New Windows – £6,000
6) Central Heating – £5,000
7) New Bathroom – £5,000
8) Re-decoration – £4,000
9) Resurfaced Driveway – £3,000
10) Garden Decking – £3,000

Future investments in home improvements can be quite profitable. The figures above rely on the amount of money you invested in your home and are based on normal value.

Not only may home improvements significantly raise the value of your home, but they can also be a highly practical update to your home, especially if you have a growing family or don’t want to leave your existing neighborhood because it may be close to friends and family.

To display the actual or true equity gain, the fitting and installation charges have been removed from the table above. For example, a new loft conversion may cost £18,000 and raise the value of your home by £40,000, resulting in a genuine equity value rise of £22,000 after costs.
and similarly,

A new Extension might cost £30,000 and raise the value of your home by £49,000, resulting in a genuine equity value rise of £19,000 after costs.

A new kitchen may cost £8,000 and boost the value of your home by £18,000, giving it a true equity worth increase of £10,000 after costs.

A new conservatory may cost £8,000 and raise the value of your home by £17,000, giving it a genuine equity value increase of £9,000 after costs.

A true equity value rise, after costs, of £8,000 would result from installing new windows, which could cost £8,000 and improve the value of your home by £16,000.

A true equity value rise, after costs, of £5,000 would result from installing new central heating, which might cost £7,000 and enhance your property’s worth by £12,000.

A new bathroom may cost £4,000 and boost the value of your home by £9,000, giving it a true equity worth increase of £5,000 after costs.

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