In order to increase your home’s value before selling, you may consider renovating. The right renovations can help you sell your home for a higher price, so you can put that money towards a new home. However, not all renovations will actually get you the payout you’re hoping for. Before you start tearing down walls, it is important to evaluate whether the renovations will provide you with an efficient return on investment. This means that the money spent on the renovation itself must not outweigh the perceived value added to the home. So, which renovations are actually going to get you your money’s worth? Let’s look at what renovations do and don’t add value to your home.