One of the biggest challenges when selling a property is maximising its value. Getting the absolute most out of your home takes work. Convincing buyers to invest in the property for the price you want takes some convincing. That can be more challenging than you first assume. However, little amenities and features not seen in competitor properties can be a good way to differentiate your home.
When selling, you must remember that most buyers want something that takes as little work as possible. Especially if they are paying a high price for your home, they want something as close to ‘walk-in’ as possible. That is why something cost-effective like a pizza oven can go a long way to convincing a buyer to invest in your home.
Thanks to the cost of a pizza oven, it can add a lot of value to the right kind of person. Seeing that your home already has a high-quality pizza oven installed in the backyard will be very useful. It gives them a semblance that the home is modern, comes equipped with the things they like, and improves their chances of settling in.
Of course, the secret is buying a good quality pizza oven. Making one from scratch can do for your usage, but it might need to look better to convince a buyer. Pizza ovens should be something professionally built and fitted if needed.
How much value does a pizza oven add?
It is hard to give an exact value as to how much this can help your home. We can say with some certainty that a pizza oven fitted and installed can be highly effective in terms of value-to-cost. Installing in the right place and part of a well-kept garden can convince a buyer to pay more for your home than a competitor property.
It can be a main selling point if you have put work into your garden and have things like a pizza oven. It could encourage people to get involved and pay more for your property due to how well-prepared the garden area is. So, you are not limited to adding the pizza oven cost to the valuation.
When fitted into an already lovely garden, this becomes a finishing touch solution that immediately makes a positive impression. Therefore, while a pizza oven alone in a poorly kept garden will not increase the result, fitting a pizza oven in as the final touch in an already well-kept garden is a reliable way to add value to your home.
Pairing a pizza oven with other equipment
One of the most critical factors in installing a pizza oven is ensuring it pairs well with other investments. If you are looking to install an outdoor pizza oven, it is only natural that you will have other supporting appliances and equipment. For example, if you have the space, you could turn the pizza oven into a safe sitting area.
Consider including a place for the pizza oven and seating space. This would give those who come along to enjoy your pizza a friendly, comfortable place to sit as they eat. That can also give you another outdoor area that pairs well with the pizza oven. An oven might look out of place if you have an oven. Linking it to a sitting or communal area makes the pizza oven more valuable and suitable.
The primary focus should be making sure you have a reason for that oven’s presence in the first place. You could also turn this into an outdoor cooking area. This could mean including things like a BBQ grill and even a fire pit that could be used for camping-style cooking. Using a pizza oven as part of a wider design can make your property more appealing.
Installing a pizza oven is a smart way to add value to your home. The main challenge is ensuring your addition feels in the right place. Spend some time looking at making a pizza eating space or even an outdoor cooking spot, and you can justifiably include this as a home feature during a sale.
The more incentive you can give to buyers, the better. A pizza oven standing independently without context will do little to improve home value. When paired with a sitting area or a cooking zone, though? It can be a great addition.
A pizza oven will be wise if you look at innovative ways to use your outdoor space to entice buyers without spending too much money. If you install one, make it a focal point in estate advertising. That should encourage people to consider this a must-have feature to bid for your home.