Tiny Room Converts To Big Profit

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lf you want to add some value to your property without pricing it out of the neighborhood, and with the least fuss to your household, think of changing your bathroom, or making an extra one.

According to Money Magazine, you can push up the value of your home by up to 20% if you splash out in the smallest room in the house. One of the interesting facts is that large financial output does not necessarily beget large returns on house prices. If you spend too much on a bathroom, you will not reap the benefits, according to the CEO of Vision Remodeling.

The expenditure in the bathroom is dependent on the circumstances. For most of us, of course, the majority of the cash flow goes into the fixtures and materials. A faucet can cost as little as $50.00 or as much as $2,050.00 Likewise tiling, ranging from $1.00 per tile to $25.00 and up, per tile.

However, if you have to build a bathroom addition, then the actual foundation, walls and roof will probably be an equal concern. To avoid this, it would be quite acceptable to convert some extra space into a bathroom. Perhaps you can convert a walk in closet or an under-the-stair-cupboard.

Another way to keep costs down is to stay close to existing plumbing lines.

In choosing your bathroom, it is too difficult to second guess the market, but if you install exactly what you want, then you can enjoy the results all the while that the house is yours. If you wish to distinguish your house and bathroom from others on the realty market, then you could choose one luxury touch that is special.

This could be a Jacuzzi, or an antique-effect Victorian bath with legs, remember that both these additions will dictate the style of decor somewhat. Nowadays you can also buy the total toilet that does everything electronically, including wash and dry!!

Any of these ideas will make your house stand out, if you decide to put it on the realty market. With a little imagination you can convert your bathroom into a mini-haven that will bump up your property by 20%.

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