A bathroom remodeling project is a significant investment. If done right, you can have a brand-new bathroom to relax in after a long and stressful day at work. However, some homeowners are still a bit hesitant on getting a bathroom remodeling project done because they aren’t certain if it’s financially worth it.
Is a Bathroom Remodeling Project a Financially Smart Move?
The short answer to this question is yes; despite the costs to get the project completed, it is indeed financially smart moves. This is especially true if you have plans to sell your home in the near future as, according to home improvement experts, a bathroom remodel has one of the highest Return on Investments (ROI) possible, allowing you to recoup 50% to 94.75% of what you spent.
In fact, the remodeling 2017 impact report by the National Association of Realtors say that this remodeling project in particular has a joy score of 10 as 75% of homeowners want to be home more after the project was completed.
Bathroom Projects With the Highest ROI
If you have plans to remodel your bathroom, consider doing these three projects as they have the highest ROI. The first is replacing the flooring of your bathroom with classic wood or stone to give your bathroom a big change in appearance while remaining waterproof and durable – an attractive feature for any buyer.
Replacing the vanity is the second project you can consider as most homeowners nowadays are looking for vanities that are at a comfortable height and have granite countertops. The final project that you can do for your bathroom, on the other hand, is installing a large, walk-in shower as soaking tubs can be difficult to maintain and break down frequently.
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