Should I Renovate My Home for Sale?

This would be the most common question asked by home owners that have a property around 15+ years old.  "Should I Renovate my home for Sale?  

The definition of RENOVATE is to "restore, make good, repair, refurbish, rejuvenate, make new etc".

Spruce Ups which is a different way of saying cost effective "makeover", "renovation", "rejuvenation" etc.  We often think that renovations will cost in the order of $100,000+.  When infact they can be simple Spruce Ups or mini-renovations for around $20,000-50,000. 

Price Reduction Strategy. Is that working for the sale of your home?

Excited to be on the market, but after 3 weeks you realise that it is not going the way you hoped. Your agent is saying there is a lack of interest in your listing and the price needs to drop.  How did that happen?  They appraised it you went with them based on the appraisal price?

Your heart starts to sink and you start to question the whole strategy on your listing price.   Well you are not alone.  Every seller relies on their agent to provide the right price guide.

Presentation vs Price - Why can't I sell my Home?

If wonder why some homes sell fast and others take forever to sell?  

Generally it is because the presentation or the price is not meeting what the market thinks.  So who determines the price of your home??????? Buyers, not real estate agents, not you and not your friends and family.  However, your real estate agent is their to provide a guide range, which is your appraisal.  So when you get your appraisal we all what to be at the higher end of that range and that is where Sprucing Up your home for Sale can make a huge difference.

Should I renovate my home before Sale?

It's a buyer market right now, but it once was a balanced market and a boom market.  But the same question can be asked no matter what market you are trading in, when it comes to property.

Should I renovate?

If so, how much and what should I do would most likely be the next big questions.  But many home buyers forgot one thing to ask themselves.......

Is this my "forever" home 

OR

Is it a "temporary" home?