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Are home improvements a wise investment for potential sellers?

Originally posted in Toronto Sun on Friday, November 26, 2004 – SUN Real Estate section.

By Sam McDadi, Remax Performance.
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Many Sellers that I encounter want to know which improvements would be worthy of undertaking prior to putting their home on the market.

I will share with you studies that reveal the approximate percentage of investment you can expect to get back when you sell your home.

Improvements that yield the highest returns include: roof replacement (88%)

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Homeowners hit the roof

By SHARON SINGLETON, QMI AGENCY

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Abstract:

That 25-year warranty on your brand new roof may not be as iron-clad as you think, with legal experts and the country’s leading consumer group warning that Canada falls short when it comes to policing product warranties.

Caledon, Ont., homeowner Mark Florence has learned the hard way that a long-term roofing guarantee may still leave you seriously out of pocket if something goes wrong after the first five years.

His shingle roof, which was just two years old when he bought his property, is now in a bad state of disrepair after just 11 years, far short of the 25-year warranty period.

Yet, once the company involved, IKO, had pro-rated the warranty, it told him less than half of the products would be replaced and he would have to pay for the expensive disposal and labour costs.

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Introducing The RE/MAX Return on Reno Index

The RE/MAX Return on Reno Index is a proprietary tool to help you get the most value out of every renovating dollar you spend. We took an exhaustive look at the various renovation people commonly do on their homes and judged their return on investment based on a variety of criteria. The findings were nothing short of enlightening.

Source: “Introducing the RE/MAX Return on Reno Index”

Note return on investment for different house price bracket on the diagrams below and visit our product page to consider new, metal roof for your house or contact us for the estimate.

Renovation Return on Investement

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