There are lots of factors, including where you live and whether you go for a midrange or upscale variety, that impact how much windows cost and what you’ll recoup from your spend. All indications are that when selling a home, most if not all of the cost of replacing windows is recouped by the increase in home value. However, this is what the straight-up data says.
The average cost to replace all of the windows of a house is $12,000. Based on that average, you’ll likely add $9,672 at resale as a result of this project for an 81% ROI. That’s based on findings from HomeLight’s Top Agent Insights Survey for Q1 2020, featuring agent estimations from across the country.
According to HomeAdvisor, which uses data from thousands of home professionals to report on home improvement costs, a single-window replacement cost can fall anywhere between $200 and $1,800. That doesn’t account for custom or nonstandard-size windows. The average national cost of window installation is $5,421.
All indications are that even a worst case scenario, on average, if you spend a little over 6 thousand(for example), you’ll likely get more than 5 thousand back. Plus, you won’t have to worry about old windows slamming the book on your home sale when you were about to close.
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