Are you planning a home remodel? Or looking to sell in the coming years? Make the most of every dollar spent by tackling these projects that increase your home’s value.
When remodeling, some projects increase your home’s resale value more than others. If you’re wondering where you should spend your money, our infographic will help you decide by breaking down which projects offer the highest return on investment (ROI).
Using the Remodeling 2019 Cost vs. Value Report, we’ve taken a look at the national averages for job cost, resale value and cost recouped on some mid-range home improvement projects. Seeing the most cost-effective ones can help you prioritize which renovation to tackle next.
Now that you’ve seen what projects might offer the best payoff, schedule a free in-home consultation to get things started today.
Steel Entry Door Replacement
Job cost: $1,826 Resale value: $1,368 Cost recouped: 74.9%
Garage Door Replacement
Job cost: $3,611 Resale value: $3,520 Cost recouped: 97.5%
Vinyl Siding Replacement
Job cost: $16,036 Resale value: $12,119 Cost recouped: 75.6%
Minor Kitchen Remodel
Job cost: $22,507 Resale value: $18,123 Cost recouped: 80.5%
Wood Window Replacement
Job cost: $20,526 Resale value: $14,530 Cost recouped: 70.8%
Vinyl Window Replacement
Job cost: $16,802 Resale value: $12,332 Cost recouped: 73.4%
Fiberglass Entry Door Replacement
Job cost: $8,994 Resale value: $6,469 Cost recouped: 71.9%
Job cost: $22,636 Resale value: $15,427 Cost recouped: 68.2%
Job cost: $20,420 Resale value: $13,717 Cost recouped: 67.2%
Major Kitchen Remodel
Job cost: $66,196 Resale value: $41,133 Cost recouped: 62.1%
Source Remodeling 2019 Cost vs. Value Report https://www.remodeling.hw.net/cost-vs-value/2019/