According to the Department of Energy’s publication Energy Saver, the average American household spends about $2,200 per year or $183.33 per month on home utility bills.
Making energy efficient improvements on your home before selling it can lower your bills while you are still in the home and entice buyers because their utility bills would be lower when compared to other similar properties.
Depending on your circumstances, making an upgrade could turn out to be a good move.
Pros of Making Energy Efficient Improvements Before You Sell
Making energy efficient improvements can help your home sell faster and for more money. According to a 2015 survey conducted by the NAHB, 88 percent of home buyers want an energy efficient home that…