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1. Overbuilding for the neighborhood. If the houses in your neighborhood are smaller one-story homes, your large two-story addition may not give you the ROI you're hoping for. Sometimes, a large remodel with hopes of a higher price tag than the other houses in the neighborhood can make your home seem overpriced.
2. Basic upkeep improvements. A new HVAC system or plumbing may be an expensive update, but they are necessary updates for a livable home. Homebuyers will expect these things to be in working order and won't be willing to pay more just because you installed a new air conditioner. Think of these things as regular maintenance instead of an investment.
3. Merging bedrooms. The more bedrooms a home has, the higher it will sell for. Keep this in mind if you're thinking about merging the master suite with another bedroom to make it larger or add closet space.
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