It is a common perception that renovations improve the aesthetic appeal of your home and in turn, increases the value of the house too. But what if it is not true? What if the potential buyers do not have any interest in your renovated home? Let us see what the reasons could be for such a situation: 1. It is said that first impression is usually the last impression. So is true in case of homes. If a potential buyer finds your home unwelcoming, he might not be interested to buy it anymore. It must be noted that although the house sales has grown manifolds but still the probability of selling a house is pretty low. Thus, it is always better to make your home as much appealing as you can. 2. It is also important to keep in mind small details before showing your house to a potential buyer. Simple things as making sure that there are no mosquitos in the house, there are no weeds in the backyard and most importantly, the pets are leashed are really important. The bathrooms should be clean and there should be no molds as buyers are often put off if they see dirt in bathrooms.