Choosing Your Upgrades Wisely

Dated: 04/30/2018

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People make upgrades to their homes for many different reasons including everything from personal enjoyment to improved efficiency. Regardless of the primary motivation for taking on a project, its added value is a topic of interest for nearly every homeowner. If you are looking to make some upgrades to your home but unsure of where to allocate your hard earned money here are some of the top trending improvements and what can be expected for their ROI. 


Common Upgrades and Percentage of Investment Recouped

  1.  Adding Attic Insulation                                     100+% ROI

  2.  Replacing Front Door or Garage Door         85-100% ROI

  3.  Siding Replacement                                         70-80% ROI

  4. Minor Kitchen Remodel                                    70-80% ROI

  5. Window Replacement                                       68-78% ROI

  6. Roof Replacement                                             60-70% ROI

  7. Bathroom Remodel                                           60-70% ROI

  8. Adding a Deck                                                   50-60% ROI

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Kevin Sanderson

Growing up in Eastern NC, I have always felt blessed to live in such a beautiful and diverse state. I appreciate being able to enjoy peaceful winters in the mountains and long summer days at one of ou....

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