When you’re revamping a house so you can flip it quickly, experts say that one of the smallest areas of the house might lead to the biggest payoff: the closets.
Closet space is one of the most important factors that homebuyers consider when viewing a home for the first time. That means a little extra effort on your part can make a huge difference in how quickly it sells and how much you’re able to bring in as a profit.
So what should you consider?
Tried and true, walk-in closets have delighted homeowners time and time again throughout the years. The nice part about walk-in closets is that they give additional depth and space to a master bedroom, though they can sometimes detract from the overall available floor space. If you choose to transform an ordinary closet into a walk-in, be sure that your new space has different “zones” (for example, shoe racks, jewelry spaces, and other customizable areas).
Smaller than walk-ins, reach-in closets are normally between 3 and 8 feet wide and about 2 feet deep. These are great spaces to accentuate hallways, children’s rooms, and guest rooms. If you want to make your reach-in closet appear even bigger, simply purchase adjustable storage mounts and cubed, pull-out drawers.
Wardrobes are perfect if you’re facing budget or space constraints. Because they’re mobile and add ambience to nearly any room, a wardrobe might be a great investment that will pay off in the end.
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