Your Return On Investment For Kitchen And Bathroom Remodels
Discover How Much ROI Homeowners In Atlanta Can Expect From Remodeling These Rooms
The average return on investment for kitchen remodels and bathroom remodels falls in the same range of 40 percent to 50 percent.
Find out more below-
ROI vs ROI?
“So, here we are again,” says Jessica challengingly.
Will’s eyes narrow. “Yep, one more time into the breach.” The couple stares at each other for a few seconds before laughing. “Ok, that’s enough of that,” says Will. “But, seriously, we need to figure out the return on investment for a kitchen remodel and a bathroom remodel.”
Jessica sighs. “But there are two ROI’s. One is the clear return of money we invest. The other is how much comfort and fun we get from remodeling.”
Will nods as he thinks. “That’s true, but I’m still more money-focused. Let’s just take a look before we debate any further. I might end up agreeing to a remodel without us having to argue.”
Jessica smiles and nods as she takes out her phone. “I like that idea. Let’s look it up on Google and see what we can find. We can also look up stuff like kitchen remodeling costs.”
Here’s what the couple ends up finding:
The ROI For Kitchen Remodels
On average, the return on investment for a kitchen remodel is about 40 to 50 percent. It depends on how much of your kitchen you choose to remodel, what parts you remodel, the materials you choose, and the area you live in.
The ROI For Bathroom Remodels
On average, the return on investment for a bathroom remodel is around 40 to 50 percent. It changes depending on how much of your bathroom you remodel, which areas you remodel, the materials you pick, and where you live.
The Average Remodel Return On Investment
You’ll find the average return on a remodel is about 50 percent. Like with the return on investment for a bathroom remodel and a kitchen remodel, it changes based on factors. They include what room you remodel, how much of it you remodel, which parts you choose, the materials, and where you live.
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“40 to 50 percent?! That’s awesome! It’s like half is monetary and half is comfort which is perfect for us,” points out Will. Jessica laughs. “Almost too perfect. Let’s see what else we can learn about remodeling on this blog.”