A home mirrors the personalities of those who fill that space. As family needs change, a house must also adapt — and grow like those living there — to meet those changes.
A spare bedroom becomes a home office. A play yard transforms into an outdoor kitchen. A den is remodeled as a nursery for a new baby. Such improvements not only increase a home's resale value, they also fill practical needs and enhance comfort. There's no denying it, a house that truly supports its family's lifestyle helps strengthen the bonds of those who live there, too.
As you envision your living space, it’s important to know which improvements best increase the value of a home — financially, aesthetically, functionally — and what makes the most sense for funding these projects.