Considering doing a bathroom upgrade before selling?
Sellers doing a bathroom upgrade should focus on the shower.
A 2019 bathroom-remodel survey completed by Houzz found that 83% of homeowners updated it and 54% made it larger.
Roomier showers remove some common pet peeves homeowners have with their master bathrooms: The showers can be too small and outdated.
Shower not in the budget, here are other popular upgrades that may get the WOW factor you’re looking for:
Accent walls: More than one-third of homeowners renovating their bathroom added an accent wall.
Mirrors: New trends show homeowners opting for two mirrors over each of the two sinks. The top features in mirror upgrades included anti-fog systems, LED lighting, and hidden plugs.
High-tech toilets: One-third of remodeled master bathroom toilets contained high-tech features, such as self-cleaning units and seats with bidets, heat, overflow protection, or nightlights.
Lighting: Eighty-one percent of renovating homeowners also updated their lightings, such as additional wall lights, recessed lights, or shower lights. Most of the new lighting uses both metal and glass.
Alternative flooring: Ceramic or porcelain tile are still the most popular flooring material in master bathrooms, but materials like vinyl and resilient and engineered wood flooring are also on the rise.
Source: “2019 Houzz Bathroom Trends Study,” Houzz (November 2019)
Callum is a young and energetic licensed Realtor® who is based in Fort Myers, Florida. Callum is quickly making a name for himself as a driven agent who uses the most up-to-date real estate technology to sell homes in the way they should be in the 21st Century. Callum joined LISTED Realty in 2020, and works in partnership with his dad, who is also a licensed professional, to get the job done quickly and efficiently.
Callum is still single, and when he's not working you're likely to find him working out at the gym or playing soccer with his local team.
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