Asked by bradbergling, Chicago, IL • Sat Aug 30, 2014
I am currently trying to sell my house, as life changes and so do living situations. I was planning on staying at my current house for a long time, so I have many additions which means the 2nd floor of my bungalow is 90% new: electrical, plumbing, additional bathroom, hardwood floors, drywall and insulation, recessed lighting.... it's new.
The first floor was primarily untouched except for new plumbing lines (which nobody can see). Should I spend money on trying to renovate anything to make it look more "modern" - but I don't want to spend a fortune for a whole kitchen remodel, or leave it as is. There's absolutely nothing wrong, just seems like a waste for me to renovate some if someone else has plans they want to take out.
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