If you’re interested in learning how to increase the overall profitability of your home, don’t overlook making key changes to your garden, in order to maximise the profitability of your home and obtain GardenPride.
Ensure that your property offers a well-maintained lawn area:
You may be interested to learn that in a survey of prospective home hunters, 70% of the survey respondents claimed that they would look for properties that boast a lawn. In fact, 40% of the survey’s respondents went on to claim that they would not make an offer on a house that didn’t boast a private lawn area. If possible, it’s a better idea to opt for real grass over artificial turf as 24% of the survey respondents would be put off making an offer on a property that featured an artificial lawn.
Build a fence or replace the fence around your property:
A fence will make your property appear more appealing and will provide your property with a high degree of privacy. Which is a quality which many home hunters are looking for. Especially if prospective home hunters have a young family or family pets which they wish to keep safely contained on their property. Just remember that if you don’t have experience with fencing or have a rather large property, you may want to hire the services of professionals to build your fence.
If your property already has a fence around the perimeter of your fence, you can still increase the value of your home by painting your fence, in order to give it a new lease on life.
Place a home office in your backyard:
Detached home offices which are also known as garden pods will increase your property’s value by a substantial amount. As they are a quiet, private space for individuals to work or to indulge in their hobbies. You may be interested to know that 65% of survey respondents would gladly pay a higher price for a property that boasts a detached home office. Especially if it featured amenities such as lighting, heating, and valuable electrical sockets.
A storage shed:
Every property needs either a garage or a storage shed. So if your property doesn’t offer a garage that features a lot of handy storage, it’s certainly a smart idea to purchase a storage shed for your property’s backyard. Just make sure that the shed that you choose offers a warm, dry area for equipment such as power tools.
There are numerous reasons to add lighting such as solar panelled lights to your property. Not only will they make your garden more attractive but they’ll also increase the security of your property.
So if you want to maximise the profitability of your home, it’s a great idea not to neglect your garden and to make a few wise adjustments to your garden in order to quickly increase your home’s value. Especially if you want to sell your property in the near future.