For most people, their family home will be the most expensive asset they will ever own. Whether your home is reasonably new or it was built some while ago, there are often a variety of ways you can improve its ‘livability’ to suit your lifestyle, and in doing so, add to the property value. In addition to enjoying your home even more, making some improvements can also allow you to achieve the maximum price for your property should you ever wish to sell it, which can be particularly helpful with the first impressions prospective buyers have when they walk into your home. We have for you a collection of very basic changes you can make to also enhance the visual appeal of your home. As you read through these, consider which might be appropriate for you. If it is about improving the value for a future sale, you should be considerate of not over-capitalising. This means there is often a certain price point for which additional improvements won’t necessarily yield a better or increased price for your property, meaning you’ll be spending money on the improvement without recouping this for the sale of the property. If however your reasons for making improvements are for personal enjoyment and satisfaction, then you will obviously give different consideration to what you want to do, why you want to do it and how much you are willing to spend to get it done. With that said, please enjoy the tips and feel free to make use of them as is most appropriate for you.