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Buying a home is a great way to get a return on your investment. It’s not just something that’s said, but it’s actually true! If you look on realtor apps and websites like Zillow or Century 21, you can see the price difference from the last times homes were listed and what they are now. That must show some improvements have been made to the place.

 

In the Corydon area alone, there are over 100 houses for sale and most all of them are being sold at a higher price than the owners bought them. Simple logic…make improvements, make more money. To help, we wanted to give you a list of monthly projects from Better Home and Gardens that you can do to spruce up your place for the next time you are thinking of putting your house on the market. The best thing, these projects are for all skill levels and are relatively inexpensive things to do around the house. You may not think that little things like organizing the pantry may be needed for resale, but showing potential buyers what your home can do for them is crucial and a huge selling point.

JANUARY: Organize the pantry

FEBURARY: Update your bathroom

MARCH: Install a laminate floor

APRIL: Wash your windows

MAY: Prep your deck for entertaining

JUNE: Refresh a room with paint

JULY: Organize the garage

AUGUST: Paint your home exterior

SEPTEMBER: Get ready for winter

OCTOBER: Install a tile backsplash

NOVEMBER: Add character

DECEMBER: Clean out your closets

 

But the best way to add value to your home, get home insurance with Tom Wallace Insurance Agency! Home insurance protects you from unexpected storms and expenses that can be a hassle. If you aren’t insured, then that can cause reselling a pain. Don’t wait any longer, contact Tom Wallace for a home quote today! Selling your home with these tips will be a breeze, so also don't forget to get your new home insured with us as well.

 

For all your insurance needs, contact Tom Wallace at tomwallaceagency@gmail.com or Brian Bates at Bbates504@yahoo.com.
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