Ever Wondered Which Home Improvement Adds The Most Value?

Jun 13, 2013     No Comments    Posted under: Infographics



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Ever Wondered Which Home Improvement Adds The Most Value? 

 

Investing in your home can be a bit of a gamble, a lot of people want to know if they’ll be able to make back the money they’re spending when they sell the house. To make your life easier, we’ve put together this infographic which shows precisely that! The value your improvement tasks will add to your home.

  • Conservatory will add £9,420 on average, if you’re living in the North West that amount will only be £4,900 but if you’re in London it can be as high as £43,889.
  • A new bathroom will add £2,955 on average but that’ll be almost halved if you’re living in York or in the South West.
  • A new kitchen on average adds £4,577 to the value of your house but if you’re in London that amount is doubled to£9,125. It’s much less if you’re in the East Midlands £3,818, York £3,111, or South West £2,300.
  • Resurfacing the driveway will on average add £2,679 to the value of your house but if you’re in London as expected, the figure is much higher at £11,125!



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For more tasks and figures check out the infographic below for the full list.

Used by kind permission of Vibrant Doors.

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