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The One Bathroom Mistake That Really Decreases The Value Of
Your Home
A 2013 survey by the National Association of Home Builders showed that 51% of buyers didn’t want a main bathroom with only a shower stall, 81% preferred a full bathroom on the main level, and 45% of them considered a full bath to be a crucial component of any home they’d purchase. Remodeling Magazine also notes a full bathroom remodel returned 62.5% of its $15,782 investment.
According to Regents Renovation in Atlanta, massive whirlpool baths are no longer all the rage, and the majority of their bathroom renovations currently incorporate more spa showers than oversized tubs. However, turning a full bath into a 3/4 one by replacing a bathtub with a shower is one of the biggest financial mistakes you can make.
According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), your house should always include at least one full bathroom. NAR also suggests a range of money-saving tips like installing an eco-friendly, water-saving toilet or ceramic floor tiles to boost your home's resale value.