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Barbara Corcoran offers renovation tips for your bathroom and explains how such bathroom renovation can increase the value ...
of your home.
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Making changes in your bathroom to make it more appealing to the buyer who’s going to walk through that door is the easiest thing to do and the secret to doing it well is not spending a lot of money. So the changes you should maybe remake to a bathroom that looks a little worn are these: you should replace the browning around the time, you know that little line that runs against the tub, if it’s – and stuff, people just don’t respond well to it. You should replace your toilet seat. No one really wants to sit on your toilet seat and that’s the truth and you should also replace the shower curtain. Buy new towels, pretty fresh towels just as long as they look fresh and pretty, and maybe even a punch of color and hang them in your bathroom and last, get rid of all your stuff, the toothpaste, the toothbrushes, the hairbrushes, the medicine cabinet. You don’t think people open the medicine cabinet to see what’s inside, trust me, I’ve been there, they all open the cabinet.
So the idea is to neutralize your bathroom and make it look like a neutral clean space that someone else can hold their own. Here’s some cheap and quick updates you can make to your bathroom that will make a difference where you won't be spending a fortune. You should change the light bulb. Most bathrooms have inadequate wattage in the light fixture. Just upping that wattage makes a big difference in the bathroom feeling very sunny. If you have a windowed bathroom, by all means get rid of the window dressing and let the light come in. No one’s going to admire your curtains. They’re going to admire the fact that your bathroom is nice and bright. And if the colors of the walls are dark, make sure you paint it because the whole objective here is to bounce the light around and keep your bathroom looking fresh and happy and those are the changes that will just cost you a couple of dollars and yet they make a big difference in the way people will respond.