Cost vs. Value – 2015 Update On What Home Improvement Projects Are Worth

Thinking of doing some home improvements before selling your home?  Which home upgrades score big with buyers? REALTORS® in markets across the country each year judge the effects of 35 home improvement projects on sales prices in Remodeling magazine’s annual Cost vs. Value Report, done in cooperation with REALTOR® Magazine.

Find out what the results from the 2014-15 survey tell us about today’s housing market. Thanks to all those who participated, using their local knowledge to help demonstrate real insights from REALTORS® about the value of home improvements.

Last year’s report revealed which projects open the door to buyers and where remodeling dollars stretch the furthest. It was also the second year in a row that all 35 projects in Remodeling magazine’s Cost vs. Value Report saw more home improvement dollars recouped upon resale of a home than the previous year.

The following link is for New England market but you can navigate to other regions of the country if you want to learn more about values in other areas.  Enjoy!!

http://www.remodeling.hw.net/cost-vs-value/2015/new-england/

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About Greg Hanner, REALTOR®, Broker, e-PRO

Greg has been an agent with Garden Realty since 1989 (and became a Broker in 2008) specializing in single family, condo, and land sales. As a senior Project Mgr. for BROM Builders, Greg stays on the cutting edge with custom single family home and land sales. Greg also serves on the Eastern CT Asso. of Realtors Technology and MLS Committee (former 2014 and 2012 Chairman). If you would like information on custom building in eastern CT, visit www.BromBuilders.com . Greg holds a bachelor's degree from the University of CT and also holds a private pilot's license with an instrument rating. If you are looking for an agent who uses today's technology to maximize their communication abilities, then Greg might be the agent for you. As an e-PRO certified agent, Greg is proactive and savvy about the Internet and he can take the connected consumer seriously as well as meet their online needs.
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