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If you are considering home improvements for long-term value or want to put your home on the market, there are a few things to keep in mind. There are many home improvements worth investing in and some projects that just don’t pay off. You may think that a renovated kitchen or bath offers the best return on investment, but it’s actually money-saving, energy-efficient features that buyers are willing to pay top dollar for.
In 2017 Remodeling Magazine conducted a cost-versus-value analysis to determine the home improvement project that offers the best return. Surprisingly buyers chose added insulation that brought sellers an estimated return of 108%. Any home improvement investment that reduces energy consumption to lower the cost of living in your home will bring the biggest bang for your buck.