An excerpt from a post that originally appeared on nytimes.com on April 24, 2015
High-end, major remodeling projects don’t always offer the most favorable return on investment when you sell your home. Lower-cost but highly visible changes can often do more to increase profits in a sale, as Tim McKeough writes in (NY Times’) cover story in the Real Estate section. Here are some simple improvements that may offer the most bang for the buck.
In apartments and houses:
Refinishing hardwood floors
Replacing kitchen countertops
Installing new kitchen appliances
Replacing kitchen cabinet doors and drawer fronts
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