Market Ready – Fixing a Mismatch May Be a Misstep

Q. My home has mismatched baseboards. Should I try to make them consistent throughout the house before putting it on the market?

A. Replacing mismatched baseboards might not be the best investment when you’re preparing a home for sale. “It may not be something where you’ll get your money back,” said Steve Archino, an agent with Sotheby’s International Realty in Greenwich, Conn.

 

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