Thinking Long-Term: How to Add Value to Your Future Home Sale 

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Unless you plan to be in your home forever, you should always be considering its value—particularly when you choose remodeling projects, upgrades or even just go about the regular care and maintenance of your property.

The right projects, upgrades, and care can mean a bigger ROI and more money in your pocket when it comes time to sell. But the wrong ones? Well, let’s not go there.

Do you want to add value to your future home sale? This infographic shows you how.

Are you worried you won’t be able to pay for these value-adding projects? Consider a refinance loan, which can get you a lower mortgage rate (and, subsequently, a lower monthly payment) and free up more cash for at-home DIY work.

Contact Embrace Home Loans today to learn more about how to refinance your mortgage.

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Aly Yale

Aly J. Yale is a freelance writer focusing on real estate, mortgage, and the housing market. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Bankrate, The Motley Fool, Business Insider, The Balance, and more. Prior to freelancing, she served as an editor and reporter for The Dallas Morning News. She graduated from Texas Christian University's Bob Schieffer College of Communication with a major in radio-TV-film and news-editorial journalism. Connect with her at or on Twitter at @AlyJwriter.