The programs and resources listed below help homeowners with home repairs and improvements. The short answer is no, home improvements don't always add value. Even if they do, it's not the same as making a profit on the project or even recovering its costs. There's a big difference between adding value to your home and getting a return on your investment, Fisher says.
The kitchen is the next home improvement space that adds value to the home. It always pays the best winnings. The kitchen is almost always the busiest area in the house, so it is subject to more wear and tear. Any addition to the kitchen is likely to increase the value of your home, as many buyers use the kitchen as a litmus test to see whether or not they can see themselves in the house.
Avoid heated towel rails, heated floors, frameless glass cabinets, and body spray fixtures. The new standard fixtures and ceramic tile floors will work.