Like every other sector, real estate has its share of myths. Let’s list and explain three popular myths about real estate. Return on investment below 100% is a bad remodel Never get deterred by not getting a 100% return on investment (ROI) on a remodeled bathroom or kitchen. It is quite rare that you will get your entire investment back. Remember: Until the home is sold, you will enjoy the luxury of the remodeled kitchen or bathroom. Even if the ROI is just over 70%, this in itself is worth paying for. Selling a home with a swimming pool is more difficult One type of home can never come across as appealing to every type of buyer. Each type of market and buyer has a different preference; therefore, look for a suitable buyer. Older individuals may not opt for a home with a swimming pool. On the other hand, families with kids will look for a home that they will grow into. Such people often like having a swimming pool at their home. Each unique feature of your home (e.g., a swimming pool) will filter out a prospective buyer, but the key is to find a suitable one. No inspection is required after a new remodel Expecting the remodel to be done correctly and not inspecting a newly remodeled home is a mistake. Buying a home is a big investment; one must always be careful before spending a fortune. It’s your money at the end of the day, and you deserve the best deal out of the expenditure. No matter how great the appearance of the home may be, you must check the home thoroughly for any underlying issues that may arise.