How to Establish Your Next Home Remodeling Game Plan
Remember when you bought your last car? If you are anything like me, you probably had to go through a tedious process of trying to pinpoint exactly what you wanted, especially among the newer choices of a gas guzzler or a new eco-friendly vehicle. Once you finally selected the vehicle of your interest, the next step was to narrow down the options of what is most affordable and have a game plan set in place. Once the two requirements are met – model and cost, you’re off to a local showroom to see the finished product and learn the ins and outs of the vehicle and ultimately test drive.
So How Does Buying a Car Relate to Home Remodeling?
I’m sure by now you might be wondering how this relates to home remodeling. Well, it’s simple. When you prepare for a remodeling project, surprisingly, it is very similar to purchasing a car. The good news is that your home is still your BEST investment, as your car starts depreciating as soon as you drive it off the lot. But, as soon as your bathroom or kitchen remodel is complete, your home will immediately appreciate in value.
So What’s the Game Plan with a Home Remodeling Project?
To start your next home remodeling project, you first want to compile a general list of everything you want included and prioritize your list. **Warning** this step is extremely important! In order to have the end result, you want your designer and contractor to have a clear vision of what exactly you are wanting so they can better understand your goals.
Show Me the Money!
As I said earlier, your home will be one, if not, the best investment you’ll ever make. So why not invest solely in home improvements? I’m sure we have all heard or read somewhere about the great return that’s guaranteed with remodeling and updating your home. In fact, statistics confirm that you will have 45% – 85% of a return, which of course, is all depending on the size and scope of your project, and the location of your home. Your home = your future… face it and a remodeling project not only will give you a high return on your investment, but also will be a nice space that you will can enjoy for years to come.
^Jessica Dix, Marketing Manager