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Should I Update My Bathroom Before Selling My Home?

, Should I Update My Bathroom Before Selling My Home?A growing number of people these past few years have been sticking ‘For Sale’ signs in their yards and putting their homes on the market. If you’re thinking of doing this yourself, you may be wondering if there’s anything you should do to your house to make it more attractive to potential buyers and possibly get a higher return on investment. It’s often said that two rooms sell a house: the kitchen and the bathroom. Because of this, many people will wonder, “Should I update my bathroom before selling my home?” Before you start pulling up the floors or ripping out fixtures, here are some key points to consider that can help you determine whether a bathroom remodel is the right move.

Buyers Want to See Themselves in the House

Some people may think they need to make their homes as enticing as possible and therefore wind up overcompensating and updating every single room to be incredibly modern and trendy. You have to remember, however, that everybody has different tastes and not everyone may be able to envision themselves in an ultra-trendy or specifically decorated space. It’s best to keep it as simple and straightforward as possible so that just about every buyer can picture themselves living there. So, if this can be done by making as little changes to your bathroom as possible, you’re already in good shape.

Most People Want at Least One Tub

If you’re not much of a bath taker, you may have considered replacing your outdated tub with a modern walk-in shower before listing it. If you don’t foresee yourself staying in your home for a much longer period of time, though, this may not be the best route. Instead of thinking of your own bathing preferences, think about the people who may be buying your home. A family with babies or younger kids would most likely prefer to have a tub over a shower. So, if this is the only bath left in your home, the best course of action is to leave it alone or replace it with another tub.

The Condition of the Bathroom

A situation where a renovation may be encouraged is when the bathroom looks outdated. Damage to or blemishes on the walls, floors, vanity, or wet area can cause a potential buyer to see the bathroom, and therefore the home, as too much of a project and pass on making an offer. If you look around the room and see areas that need work, someone touring the house certainly will, too.

MaxHome Can Help Make Your Bathroom Better

If you do end up deciding that your bathroom could use a facelift before you sell your house, the experts at MaxHome are here to help you accomplish this. We’re experienced bathroom remodelers that specialize in bath and shower upgrades, so you can count on us to provide you with a gleaming new system that will wow potential buyers. With services including bath and shower replacements, tub-to-shower conversions, and even walk-in tub installations, we have the right option for anyone looking to make an eye-catching bathroom transformation.

Contact MaxHome today to schedule an in-home consultation and learn more about our bathroom remodeling services.

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