When we think of New Year’s resolutions, we normally think about ourselves—diet, exercise, daily habits, and other personal items. However, making resolutions that impact your finances are often easier to keep. What’s more, they tend to pay dividends long after those other resolutions have fallen by the wayside.
Of course, for most people, the biggest asset is the home, so adding value there has the biggest financial impact. However, it can be intimidating to consider a home improvement project, both from a monetary and logistical standpoint. In fact, you may already have visions of scheduling contractors and taking out loans to finance needed improvements.
The good news is that there are many ways to increase your home’s bottom line without breaking the bank. Here are ten things you should do in 2021 to make your home more beautiful, more valuable, and more pleasant to live in. The best part? All of these require minimal financial outlay while offering maximum return on investment.