Do High End Appliances Increase Home Value

Do High End Appliances Increase Home Value
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Do high end appliances increase the value of a house

There’s no doubt that high-end appliances can make life easier – they often come with a bevy of features and options that can save time and energy. But do high-end appliances increase home value? That’s the question that many homeowners are asking as they weigh their renovation options. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at the evidence and see if investing in high-end appliances is worth it.

There are a few things to consider when trying to answer this question. First, it’s important to understand how home value is determined. In general, appraisers look at three factors when determining the value of a home: the location, the condition of the property, and the comparable sales in the area. Of these three factors, location is by far the most important – it’s very difficult to change your home’s location, so if you’re not happy with it, that will have a big impact on your home’s value. The condition of the property is also important, but there are ways to improve that without necessarily spending a lot of money (like painting or decluttering). Comparable sales are also taken into account, but they can be difficult to find if you’re not in a major city.

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So, taking all of this into consideration, let’s look at the evidence for whether or not high-end appliances can increase home value. Unfortunately, there isn’t a ton of data out there on this topic. However, there are a few studies that have been done that can give us some insight.

One study, conducted by the National Association of Realtors, looked at homes that sold between March and August of 2017. They found that homes with high-end appliances did sell for slightly more than homes without them – an average of about $15,000 more. However, they also found that homes with lower-end appliances sold for about the same as homes without any appliances at all. So, while high-end appliances may give you a slight bump in value, it’s not a significant one.

Another study, this one conducted by Zillow, looked at homes that sold between 2010 and 2016. They found that homes with high-end appliances sold for about 20% more than homes without them. However, they also found that the type of appliance didn’t seem to matter – whether it was a refrigerator, dishwasher, or stove, homes with higher-end versions of each appliance saw about the same increase in value.

So, what does all this mean? Well, unfortunately, there’s no easy answer. If you’re trying to decide whether or not to invest in high-end appliances, you’ll need to weigh a few factors. First, consider how long you plan on staying in your home. If you’re planning on selling soon, it’s unlikely that the investment will pay off. But if you’re planning on staying put for a while, higher-end appliances could make your life easier and increase your home’s value down the line. Second, think about what kind of return you’re hoping for. If you’re looking for a big return, investing in high-end appliances is probably not the way to go – but if you’re okay with a small return or breaking even, it could be worth it.

Ultimately, whether or not to invest in high-end appliances is a decision that only you can make. But we hope that this blog post has given you some food for thought and helped you to better understand the potential impact on your home’s value. Thanks for reading!

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Jennifer Jewell, a licensed real estate representative serving Caledon, Orangeville, Shelburne, Dufferin County and Peel. A graduate of both Humber College and the Ontario Real Estate College Jennifer earned her stripes selling a high volume of real estate in the city, gaining the experience of handling twenty-plus multiple offer situations with a top one percent, multiple award-winning real estate group. A ten-year resident of Dufferin County Jennifer made the move north and quickly made a name for herself, with a reputation for tenaciously protecting her client’s interests. Jennifer is dedicated to serving you with savvy client-focused negotiations and state-of-the-art marketing strategies. Loyal clientele, personal referrals and repeat business form the foundation of Jennifer’s career offering seamless assistance to you for every aspect of your home purchase or sale. Contributor to the Toronto Star, Orangeville Banner and Caledon Citizen as well as being named ThreeBest Rated Five years straight with over 150+ Google reviews and growing. Get in touch with Jen here.