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Upgrades That Add Big Value to Your Townhome

Simple Ways to Turn Your Property Into a Luxury Townhome

Townhomes create the perfect blend of spacious living with all the convenience of being in the big city. But if you plan on renting out your townhome, you can add some serious value to your property by sprucing up the interior. You don’t need to be a professional interior decorator to create a chic living space. Use these DIY upgrades to give your tenants more of what they’re looking for. If you really add some flair to your townhome, you might be surprised at how much some renters will be willing to pay.

Add Some Color

Tenants are used to seeing bland, drab interiors everywhere they go. Boring white walls and matching doors won’t do your townhome any favors. Instead, try adding some bold colors throughout the interior to add a little bit of pop. Most property owners get nervous dressing up the interior, because they’re afraid of turning off some of their potential renters, but keeping things bland and uninteresting will only get you so far. Take a chance and try adding some color to small portions of the space such as a colorful bedroom, bathroom, entryway, or even the kitchen.


Install Stylish Accessories

Unless you’re renting out a fully-furnished townhome, there’s only so much you can do when it comes to dressing up the space. But there are small items that you can place around the room that can really make a strong impression on potential renters. Try investing in some stylish door knobs and handles. They will give your townhome an upscale vibe that sets it apart from the competition.


Reshape the Lighting

You can also add contemporary lighting fixtures to your overhead lights to make the space feel more soothing and welcoming. Diffuse lighting is always better than hard, bright yellow light. You can also put your lights on a dimmer, another small touch that can make all the difference in the world.


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