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Increase the Value of your Home

Work on the Facade

We say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but when it comes to selling homes, first impressions really do matter. Working on your home's facade is a good way of ensuring that potential buyers are instantly attracted to your home.

Feature Walls

Creating spaces that invite imagination can be an appealing feature. Be careful not to go overboard, but by creating feature walls in rooms such as the media room, it defines which space is which. Keep things dark and moody for the media room and light and neutral for living spaces- this will also help the room to make the most of the natural light!

Unique Kitchen

The kitchen is the heart of the home, so it’s no surprise that this is the renovation that will help add the most value to your property. Add a feature that people will be drawn to. People are interested in details that they didn’t know they needed. Whether it’s clever powerpoints or a spacious butlers pantry, the smallest details can make the biggest difference.

Outdoor Areas

A spacious outdoor area is almost compulsory for Brisbane homes. Enjoying the summer afternoons on a deck is a big appeal to home buyers. By creating a spacious deck you create an abundance of uses for the next owners- whether they’re fans of entertaining or want somewhere peaceful to enjoy a book and a fresh drink, a deck is a great addition to any home. It also provides extra living space, so adding elements such as an outdoor kitchen can create more appeal.


Updating your bathroom should also be a priority if you’re hoping to increase the value of your home. A modern and fresh bathroom is incredibly appealing to home buyers, as they can often be costly or difficult renovations if left untouched for a long time. If your bathroom simply needs a makeover, it’s best to do it before putting it on the market. Those who aren’t looking for a fixer-upper are especially going to be more likely to want to purchase it.

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