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Lets not forget, that most of the home remodeling projects never returned 100% if the property is sold in 1 year.
Obviously, if you are planning to stay put for over 5 years, you may not only recoup the money invested in remodeling, you will enjoy a custom designed finished basement, new, more efficient kitchen, beautiful master bathroom or, in other words, a better quality of life along the way.
Please see NAR statement showing a Bath Remodel get 61.9% - as you are adding, your costs will be higher, much higher if a bath was built in the first place.
You are in a 1300 foot house. The issues are to add a bath you are going to tear up a ton on concrete to replum ( I have done this work about 20 times) - so what one can do in 2 hours on a new home will take two days
maybe call me 1/2 right and Mott 1/2 right you get 75%
The cost of the 2nd bath will probably be recovered almost i full when you decide to sell. More importantly- your house will probably sell faster, being more comparable with others in the neighborhood. a 3 bedroom house really needs at least 2 full baths.
It will make your home easier to sell above other listings that you will be competing with at the time you decide to list.