Thinking of remolding? Wanting some upgrades? You don't have to spend a lot of money to add value to your home. You might think that only big-budgeted home improvements will produce valuable results but you may surprised that a little can go along ways. Plenty of inexpensive upgrades can pay off. Consider adding a few of these upgrades to your home.....

Add a fresh coat of paint to your walls.  A gallon of paint will cost you around $30. Paint is one of the least expensive ways to spruce up the inside of your home. Keep the colors neutral, earth-tones to help bring out the best in each room.

Make your home more energy efficient. If you have the original wooden or metal frame windows, replace them for modern energy efficient ones. These will help reduce the heating and cooling costs and update the look of your home. Check with your local electric or gas company for more tips on making your home greener.

Fix minor plumbing and electrical problems.  It will be worth your while to take care of any problems while they are minor before a potential buyer uncovers them during a home inspection.

Add storage.  Lack of closet and storage space can be discourage to potential buyers. Adding extra shelving to closets and keeping them organized will appear to be more spacious.

Give the kitchen appliances a face lift. Mismatched or outdated appliances can make a kitchen look outdated- but before you go out and purchase new ones consider some diys to spruce up your old ones.

Don't forget the bathrooms. Simple fixes can make a bathroom look and feel more modern. Add a new shower curtain, switch out the old toilet seat with a new one, and consider replacing old flooring with vinyl tiles.

Update your front door. The front door is the first part that potential buyers will see. Give it a fresh coat of paint and consider switching out current locks and door knobs with updated modern ones.

Curb appeal. When it comes to your yard, definitely sweat the small stuff. Clean up trash and clutter and have it hauled off or store it in a shed. Get rid of weeds and add some in-season plants and flowers to your flower beds, walkways, or in pots on your front porch. Make sure to keep your lawn mowed. Potential buyers may drive by unexpected.