Moving home can incur costs running into the tens of thousands of pounds, so it is not surprising that many people are opting to move up instead of moving on. One option many people are opting for is a loft conversion. Converting your loft not only gives you a fabulous light-filled space and an extra floor for your home it can also add an extra 20% to the value of your home.
Real estate experts agree that a great tip for anyone wishing to sell their home, is to neutralize personal decor, as much as possible. It is important for prospective buyers to be able to picture themselves living in the house and a large volume of items specific and personal to the seller, can make that difficult. Therefore, try to make the home’s style, appeal to as wide an audience as you can.
What’s more loft conversion Harlow is a lot cheaper than relocating to a new more spacious home in a new neighborhood. The costs are much lower and the paybacks quite high. The loft is amenable to a lot of different uses. It can be converted into any room you want. A guest bedroom, a master bedroom, a child’s bedroom, a playroom, office room, studio, study, library, living room are just a few ideas worth exploring. The loft is a lot more private, exclusive and high above the ground, so, a lot of city noise, hustle and bustle is cut off. You can enjoy a quite and relaxing evening in the confines of the cozy loft bedroom.
Re-paint the forward-facing door. Your front door is the first thing the buyer will see and thereby will make the first impression. Think of altering the color to one which has a wide attraction. Bear in mind that will not be your door for a long period of time.
Home-owners choose to convert their lofts for many reasons. Some expect to see the market value of their home soar as a result. Potential buyers are attracted to the practicality of efficiently converted space. Their imaginations see the charm of an indoor tree house, play room, even a fairy-tale turret. The future unfolds in the mind of a long-term thinker who hopes his teen-aged child will want to live at home after university before traveling around the world.
In some cases, this may actually be surprisingly minor. You may, for instance, hate the carpet or curtains within a particular room of your home. As you think about such considerations, you may also remember that you had once intended to have such items replaced. One way or another, it can be seen that you have lost your way.
These changes don’t necessarily reflect alterations to your home. It may not be that the property is in need of additional work. It may simply be the case that your own circumstances have changed over time. A classic example of this situation is where a family grows and the property simply can’t be expected to keep pace with such changes.
Can your family cope with the inconvenience. Think about it seriously, because if you are fitting it around your current day job then the loft conversion could take months to finish. Also consider the fact that you will have less time to spend with your family.