Home Remodeling Projects With the Greatest Return

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Which remodeling projects will pick up the greatest return when a home is sold?
Remodeling Magazine asked real estate professionals, and here are their estimates for the
South Atlantic states. For the return on investment for nine specific Florida cities,
go to remodeling.hw.net/cost-vs-value/2020/south-atlantic/

Roofing Replacement
(asphalt shingles)

  • 66.7%
  • Job cost: $19,680
  • Resale value: $13,130

Bathroom Remodel

  • 68.2%
  • Job cost: $22,450
  • Resale value: $15,303

Bathroom Addition

  • 53.9%
  • Job cost: $45,310
  • Resale value: $24,433

Window Replacement (vinyl)

  • 73.2%
  • Job cost: $16,992
  • Resale value: $12,431

Window Replacement (wood)

  • 66.1%
  • Job cost: $20,724
  • Resale value: $13,702

Entry Door Replacement (steel)

  • 67%
  • Job cost: $1,798
  • Resale value: $1,205

Deck Addition (wood)

  • 77%
  • Job cost: $12,714
  • Resale value: $9,786

Deck Addition (composite)

  • 66.6%
  • Job cost: $18,506
  • Resale value: $12,327

Major Kitchen Remodel

  • 58.7%
  • Job cost: $65,166
  • Resale value: $38,249

Minor Kitchen Remodel

  • 76.3%
  • Job cost: $22,125
  • Resale value: $16,884

Manufactured Stone Veneer

  • 94%
  • Job cost: $8,797
  • Resale value: $8,265

Garage Door Replacement

  • 88.7%
  • Job cost: $3,599
  • Resale value: $3,191

Siding Replacement (fiber-cement)

  • 80.5%
  • Job cost: $15,582
  • Resale value: $12,550

Siding Replacement (vinyl)

  • 76%
  • Job cost: $13,153
  • Resale value: $10,000

Source: Remodeling Magazine, 2020 Cost vs Value Report, Mid-Range Projects

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