3 Cost-Effective Upgrades for Your Newly-Built Home

If you are purchasing new-home construction, you may want to consider the following modifications that can enhance your quality of life while increasing the future resale value of your home.

  1. High-end kitchen cabinets
    Although many buyers opt for standard cabinetry in their kitchen, high-end cabinets can actually give you more space. Remember that the kitchen is typically the most-used area of a home. Cabinets can be customized to meet your specific needs. You may want to explore different color schemes, hardware and accessories such as soft-close technology – a modern feature that may be attractive to families with children.
  1. Large skylights or effective solar tubes
    As trends in the national housing market continue to center around eco-friendly “green” practices, the use of natural light can be a significant selling point for potential buyers in the future. When the sun is shining, skylights and solar tubes brighten rooms at no cost. The larger the skylight or solar tube, the more light is let in during the day, and more of the night sky will be visible from inside after the sun sets.
  1. Flooring options
    While some homeowners like wall-to-wall carpeting throughout the house, others prefer high-quality wood flooring and area rugs made of refined materials like wool. Wood flooring is available in a number of different styles, and allows for simple cleaning and easier maintenance. In addition, wood flooring gives future owners more opportunity for personalizing the space with additional rugs or other accents.

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