Best of luck.
A remodeled home may have a premium but it would really be up to the buyer to determine how much so. This is a buyers market and as more and more inventory hit the market in the next few years, it is going to cause a drag to the prices. Prices are going down. Financing is difficult to get, this is going to cause more of a drag to the upper price ranges. You may expect some premium with a newer home but the price trend is going down so I wouldn't wait too long with a high priced home.
After reading the two questions you've posted I tentatively conclude that you should tour properties and learn to determine value yourself. I strongly prefer my clients learn current market reality, and work to help them, so that their decisions are theirs. I always give my best opinion but the seller is final arbiter on price and all actions.