While many families are only ever considering how home renovation projects will benefit them in the moment, the truth is many renovations also provide an opportunity to increase resale value of a home once it hits the market. Should a family only ever commit to a renovation that also provides value to the family that will follow them, though? The truth is there are only a few niche projects that can be done that would only provide value specific enough to a singular family. For example, a fresh coat of paint in the kitchen would more than likely benefit the current homeowner and whomever is to follow. Many projects are ubiquitous in this way, which can be extremely beneficial. As such, it’s important to avoid any highly specified or personalized projects in a home that would otherwise require the new homeowners to invest into changing it. This doesn’t have to be a disappointing reality though, as there are a number of projects that can provide value to both you and your home’s sale price. As previously mentioned, fresh coats of paint go a long way in improving a home’s appearance. Similarly, installing new floors and replacing old and lived in carpeting is a very common option for families. Leveraging these types of renovation projects is an important aspect of the selling process for homes, which can feel frightening for homeowners not prepared. To better prepare for that moment and learn which projects are most beneficial, be sure to check out the information found within the infographic supporting this post.