basement remodelWhen you’re looking to sell your home, it’s important that each and every room in your house is in top shape. That’s because having a house that is in perfect condition can really improve the resale value of a home. This is especially true when it comes to your basement. When you finish a basement, this will drive up the worth of your property, making it a lot more desirable by potential buyers.

Thankfully here at the Epps-Elson Team, we are a real estate agency that has exactly what it takes to sell your home. We have years of experience, as well as the expertise to know what steps need to be taken to leave your home as prime property in the market. When you first hire us, we will take a look at your property to see what, if any, changes need to be made to up the appeal of what you’re offering. Here, we will offer any advice we have so that your home is truly shown off for what it deserves. Based on this, we’ll come up with the most appropriate value for your home. When you work with us, we will then advertise your property in all different sources, so that a wide amount of people see your listing. We want you to have the best chance for success here.

In some cases we may suggest finishing/remodeling basement. That’s because when your basement looks like it’s falling apart, potential buyers may not want to purchase your home. When these individuals look at your property, instead of seeing your house for what its worth, they’ll see all the renovations they’ll have to make on the room in the future. Most potential buyers do not want to own a home that clearly needs a lot of work done.

While having a basement that is finished won’t guarantee a sale, it could aid in how much you can sell your home for. As experts in this industry, we know that rooms that have gone through a lot of renovations can come with higher price tags. That’s because these potential buyers will have to put in less work in these rooms further down the road. For instance, if you put in new flooring in your basement, this is one less thing the potential buyer will have to do. You are saving them a load of trouble in the future, making it possible for the resale value of your home to improve.