Bang for Your Buck Experts Discuss the Best and Worst in Remodeling Investments and Home Staging

Designer Monica Pedersen gives advice on what to do when selling your home. Real estate expert Elizabeth Sincox weighs in on Monica's advice – sometimes the two agree, and sometimes they don’t.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe experts have a quick and relatively inexpensive solution for updating your bathroom. Scroll down to find out how.
Bathroom Fixtures

Best thing to do:
Monica: Get rid of outdated bathroom fixtures like pink toilets and seashell sinks.
Elizabeth: I agree. Please, no colored tubs or toilets. It will only make your real estate agent’s job a lot harder.

Worst thing to do:
Monica: Remodeling an outdated bathroom and leaving a colored bathtub in order to save money. Reglazing a tub costs around $300 in most parts of the country and can save the day when it comes to keeping costs down for a remodel.
Elizabeth: Buyers love white toilets, tubs and sinks.

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