If you're thinking about putting your home on the market, making few cosmetic upgrades will probably help it sell quicker and for more money. A fresh coat of paint, some new carpet and tidy landscaping go a long way to help you get the most money for your home. But have you considered how the appearance of your garage might help -- or hurt -- your home selling prospects? Often overlooked by many sellers, a neat, tidy and organized garage will speak to buyers' desires for usable work and storage space.
So how can you make the most of your garage to increase your home's value? Here are some tips to help you create a garage space that helps you realize a tidy profit on your home.
Everyone knows that a garage is designed for storage, right? So why can't you find anything in yours? Now's a great time to reclaim your garage and implement six storage solutions that help you tackle clutter and get organized.
Overhead Garage Storage
Garage floor space is at a premium, especially if you want to park your car in there. It's time to look up and put the ceiling to work. Overhead racks hold bulky items like kayaks, skis and surfboards. They can also organize seasonal snow removal or gardening items you don't need all the time. With a few sturdy hooks, install racks that remove items from the floor and instantly clean up your garage.