The cost of new homes are at its highest in recent memory, so many homeowners have opted to get their dream homes by renovating the ones they already have. While costing significantly less than purchasing a new home, home remodeling still involves a significant amount of investment. In addition, while a project is on-going, the home or most parts of it will be unusable.
Fortunately, there are ways to have your home improved with minimal inconvenience, as well as a softer impact on your budget. Home improvement experts and real estate agents recommend remodeling one room at a time. By doing so, you increase the overall value of your home little by little as it gets the improvements that you dream of having. So whether you live in the house for the long term, or are planning to eventually sell it, whatever improvement that has been completed will still provide a return in investment.
Experts recommend beginning with spaces that are used the most, such as the kitchen and the bathroom. Apart from prioritizing these areas so as not to get inconvenienced for long, the kitchen and bathroom are the ones with the most fixtures. Having them improved first also greatly increases the home’s value. Once completed, the homeowner can have the living room renovated next, followed by the basement or attic, and then move on to individual rooms.