There is plenty of advice out there when it comes to adding value to your home. Understandably, anyone looking to sell up and move on will want to make sure they get the best price possible from the sale.
Property experts, however, warn that there is a balance to strike. While adding solar panels, installing a new kitchen or laying new carpets, for example, sound sensible, they will not necessarily increase your house price and could actually devalue it.
Estate agents at Petty Son & Prestwich say homeowners have to be savvy when it comes to making home improvements. They have to first be sure that they are worth the extra money, reports The Express.
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The property specialists have produced a list of the six “worst” home improvements that, in their experience, are simply too risky in terms off adding value to your house. They suggest that it would probably be better to not bother with any of he following in the first place.
1. Removing a bedroom
“Losing a bedroom can end up being one of the costliest…