Preparing a House for Sale - Tip 2: Talk to your Vendor Advocate before making any major renovations to your house.
Usually, home upgrades don't provide a good return on investment. And potential buyers may prefer to pay less for the home and fix it up the way they want, rather than buy a newly renovated property that's not to their taste.
If you're considering doing any major renovations that could come at a big cost, you may want to talk with your Vendor Advocate first -- especially if you'd have to finance those fixes using a personal loan or credit card.
Your Advocate can give you advice on whether renovations are a good idea to bring your house up to par with the neighborhood or whether you’re better off selling the home as-is potentially at a slightly lower price point.