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Here are the most frequently asked questions about selling homes in Minnetonka MInnesota 55345

Houses can sell quickly or take a long time. Some factors that can affect the sale of a house are the price, condition, location and whether it’s been used as a rental property.

Tip for selling a home: Make your home look as desirable as possible. You can accomplish this by decluttering, making repairs, and even giving your house a new coat of paint. Tip for selling a home: Home staging is a technique often used by sellers to make their homes more attractive to prospective buyers. It involves using furniture that is neutral in color and design and placing it in areas that are most commonly used.

We’ve outlined some of the most important factors that influence your home’s value:
  • Neighborhood comps. …
  • Location. …
  • Home size and usable space. …
  • Age and condition. …
  • Upgrades and updates. …
  • The local market. …
  • Economic indicators. …
  • Interest rates.

Home values in Minnetonka, MN

All Neighborhoods in Minnetonka, MN

Neighborhoods
Median Listing
Home Price
Listing
$/SqFt
For Sale
For Rent
$602.5K
$212
$439.9K
$185
$585K
$186
$512K
$212
$429.9K
$182
$469.9K
$170
 

11. Fiberglass grand entrance

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Average cost: $10,044

Return on investment: 60.9%

This home improvement is about widening your doorway and adding a new door with half-glass sidelights. With this new grand entrance, you can expect the resale value to increase by about $6,116.

10. Composite deck addition

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Average cost: $22,426

Return on investment: 63.2%

As described by Remodeling Magazine, this simple deck replacement uses a linear pattern and adds a built-in bench and planter.

Composite deck material is used, and the project includes three stairs and a railing.

9. Steel entry door replacement

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Average cost: $2,082

Return on investment: 65.0%

Replacing a front door with a steel door and a new lockset provides the opportunity to spruce things up when it comes to curb appeal. This improvement features a clear, dual-pane half-glass panel.

8. Wood deck addition

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Average cost: $16,766

Return on investment: 65.8%

According to the report, this 16-by-20-foot wood deck addition provides a better return than a composite deck addition, increasing the resale value of your home by $11,038. Plus, it costs less than the composite deck.

7. Wood window replacement

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Average cost: $23,219

Return on investment: 67.4%

This project to replace 10 existing 3-by-5-foot double-hung windows uses insulated, low-emissivity windows, which have a special coating that reflects heat to help regulate indoor temperatures.

The interior window is trimmed in stained hardwood. The exterior adds to curb appeal with an aluminum cladding that is custom-color matched to the existing trim.

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6. Vinyl siding replacement

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Average cost: $16,576

Return on investment: 68.3%

This is another curb appeal project that can boost your ability to get a little more of your money back when you make an upgrade.

Remodeling Magazine suggests making sure a water-resistant barrier, like a house wrap, is installed below the new siding.

5. Vinyl window replacement

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Average cost: $19,385

Return on investment: 68.6%

Sometimes the material makes a difference in your ability to recover more from an upgrade.

This can be true of window replacements as well as deck additions. Choosing vinyl over wood can potentially cost less and recoup more of the expense, as this project suggests, when replacing 10 existing windows with insulated, low-emissivity, vinyl ones.

4. Fiber-cement siding replacement

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Average cost: $19,626

Return on investment: 69.4%

Replacing home siding with a fiber-cement product is likely to cost more than using vinyl.

However, according to the Cost vs. Value Report, you’re likely to recoup a greater portion of the cost by enjoying an increase in the value of your home.

3. Minor kitchen remodel (midrange)

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Average cost: $26,214

Return on investment: 72.2%

This is the only upgrade on this list that is an interior project, rather than an exterior project.

Remodeling Magazine shows that making rather minor changes, such as replacing the range and fridge and changing the cabinet fronts and counters, pays you back better than most projects. Also included: a new midrange-priced sink and faucet.

If you opt to replace the cabinets instead of just the fronts, you might want to check out the American Woodmark or Ikea Sektion collection. They earned the highest customer satisfaction ratings in J.D. Power’s Kitchen Cabinets Satisfaction Study in 2020, as reported in “4 Kitchen Cabinet Brands Earn High Marks From Homeowners.”

2. Manufactured stone veneer

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Average cost: $10,386

Return on investment: 92.1%

This Remodeling Magazine project includes removing a band of siding from the bottom facade and replacing it with a manufactured stone veneer. The resale value attached to this project is $9,571, resulting in the potential to recoup slightly more than 92% of what you spent.

1. Garage door replacement

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Average cost: $3,907

Return on investment: 93.8%

Topping the list for the best return on investment is another curb appeal project.

Spend less than $4,000 to replace the garage door, including the tracks, and you could enhance your curb appeal as well as see a return on investment of more than 93%, which is better than all other projects in this study.

Appraisers look at the size, shape and topography of the lot, including easements and encroachments. The appraiser will also note amenities such as street utilities and vehicular access. Part of the evaluation process includes an opinion of whether the home’s characteristics are compatible with the market.

For years, Realtors, real estate agents, brokers, home buyers and sellers have questioned the accuracy of “Zestimates,” the property value estimation tool built into every listing on Zillow (Z), and its benefit for buyers and sellers.

Non-disclosure state — Your home is in a “non-disclosure” state (Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming) where transactions are not publicly reported and therefore, we do not have enough data to create a Zestimate.

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