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Let’s face it, most home improvements don’t offer a good return on investment. But then again, there’s the benefit of having certain creature comforts and accessories added to your lifestyle that you can’t put a price on. Regardless, for those of you wanting to know which home improvements are real money suckers with the poorest return on investment, we’ve prepared this information.
The cost for this major kitchen remodeling job is: $59999. The resale value is $38,938. Cost recouped here is only 64.9 percent
Adding A Composite Deck
Cost for this deck: $16,798. Te resale value: $10,819. Percentage of cost recouped: 64.4 percent.
Adding To Your Master Suite
In the mid-range category, having a master suite addition like this cost: $115,810. The resale value: $74,224. Percentage of cost recouped: 64.1 percent
Upscale Kitchen remodeling
Cost for this upscale remodeled kitchen is: 119,909. Resale value: $73,707. Percent of cost recouped: 61.5 percent
For the security of having a power generator as backup you’ll spend: $12,712 The resale value: $7556. Cost recouped: 59.4 percent.
Upscale Composite Deck
So you want to go for a more upscale look? This composite deck will set you back $37,943. Resale Value: $21,877. Cost recouped: 57.7 percent.
Upscale Bathroom Remodeling
This bathroom remodeling job cost $57,411. The resale value: $32,998. Cost recouped: 57.5 percent
Upscale Master Suite Addition
To update your love nest the way celebrities do, you’ll have to part with $245,474. Resale value: $140,448. Cost recouped: 56.7 percent.
Upscale Bathroom Addition
Bath in luxury with this new and improved bathroom for only $79,380. Resale value: $45,006. Cost recouped 56.7 percent
Mid-Range Bathroom Addition
For a bathroom upgrade in the mid-range class, be prepared to pay out $42,233. Resale value is $23,727. Cost recouped: 56.2 percent.