Getting ready to sell your home can be a big challenge. Not only do you have to clear a lot of your belongings out, and find a new home if you already haven’t, but you have to determine what improvements you need to make in order to sell your home for the highest price possible. While there is a lot of information on larger projects that yield higher returns on investment, this blog focuses primarily on the smaller, quicker projects that you should add to your punch list before putting your home on the market. Remodeling Magazine’s Cost vs. Value Report for 2016 claims that the return on investment for remodeling is around 65% (of course there are a ton of variables based on location, type of project, and budget). But, if you are doing your own small projects with no labor costs, you can bet you will get a decent, 65% (or likely better) rate of return.