It goes without saying that every homeowner wants to earn a high ROI when selling their home. And with rising property prices in Dubai, it’s certainly a possibility. However, the competition in the market is high. And it won’t be wrong to say that it’s currently a buyer’s market in Dubai, thanks to reduced property rates and an expected boost in the sector.
So, if you want your home to be prominent in the listings for properties and get you a higher ROI, you need to walk the extra mile. And this means following the below-mentioned 5 effective home upgrades and improvement ideas that actually pay off.
Let’s take a look at these ideas you should implement before selling your home:
Getting a new paint job can add life to your home. Wonder what the best part is? It is cost-effective, and won’t cost you a fortune. Once the job is done, your home will look as good as new; thereby, making it easier for you to sell your home at high rates.
It is always a wise idea to choose neutral shades if you’re selling your home, as every potential home buyer will view your home from their own perspective.
You can choose the appropriate colour for each room. Lavender, light blue, like green are some of the safe choices for bedrooms. For the living room, you can opt for green, grey or beige. The appearance of bathrooms can be enhanced by getting them painted in light blue, soft grey or creamy white colours.
The choices and combinations are endless. It all boils down to the type of look you want to create, and the dimensions of your home, as some shades can make a look home bigger and vice versa.
Put yourself in the buyer’s shoes and think of the possible aspects you’ll focus on if you’re visiting a home to buy it. It’s the kitchen and bathroom, isn’t it? The condition of these areas can make or break a deal.
So, before selling your home, do the necessary cosmetic updates on the kitchen and bathroom(s). Ensure there are no leaking pipes, broken faucets, faulty cabinet handles, etc. If you are selling a furnished home, appliances should be in working condition.
The saying “the first impression is the last impression” applies perfectly here. If you want potential buyers to have the best impression of your home, you need to improve its curb appeal. However, this piece of advice is more suitable for villa owners, as these residences are surrounded by open spaces that can be effortlessly converted into manicured lawns. If you are not bound by community regulations, getting a patio installed before selling your home can help. Also, while you’re at it, get a new exterior paint as well.
These practices will help your property have a competitive edge among many other villas for sale in Dubai.
Windows do much more than protecting the privacy of residents and blocking outside heat and dirt. They significantly impact the décor and look of a home.
Investing in new windows before selling your home can make a lot of difference to the look and appeal of your home. Our recommendation is to select energy-efficient windows as they are trending these days. Buyers these days prefer homes that can help them save money on DEWA bills. Also, pay attention to the décor factor when choosing windows. Buy panes that complement the existing home décor.
This one’s a winner hack for all homeowners. You can make your house more appealing to buyers by providing them with smart storage options and get an edge over other units in the listing. You can create these nooks and shelves on your own using DIY methods or get them from the market. The options are abundant. The best part of this home improvement idea is that it doesn’t cost a lot but offers great returns.
In all, getting these upgrades will surely help, but you will still need expert services to market your property in a way that it sells quickly and at high rates. And for this, you can rely on Provident Estate – an award-winning real estate company in Dubai. When your property is listed on our portal, it will gain maximum exposure and visibility, and come across the right customer to sell it away!
For more information, get in touch with us at Provident