Making renovations can increase how much buyers are willing to pay for the home.
While home improvements can take time and money, the experts explained they could add value to a property.
In fact, installing a conservatory could be the most yeilding improvement once the cost of the renovation is taken off.
The research showed adding a conservatory costs an average of £8,308 to complete.
However, the extra room could boost the value on a home by six percent.
The average house costs £237,963 which means sellers could get an increase of £14,278.
Once the price of the work is taken away, sellers could get an extra £5,969 for the sale.
The experts also warned against some of the most expensive home renovations.
They said a loft conversion could add as much as £25,700 to the value of a house.
However, completing the works costs an average of £29,000 meaning homeowners would actually lose £3,300.
Founder and managing director of Yes Homebuyers Matthew Cooper said: “All too often home sellers will look to improve their property ahead of a sale with the goal of recouping this cost and more with a higher sold price.
“However, this doesn’t always work out as planned and it’s important to understand what will add value in the eyes of potential buyers and the cost of these improvements versus the return you’ll gain.
“Improving the core foundations and features of a property is always a safe bet.
“A solid roof, a new boiler and a modern kitchen or bathroom will save a buyer money in the long-run.
“Decorating is also a cost-effective way to make your home feel fresh and modern and add value during the sale process.
“Of course, it’s important to remember to stay neutral and avoid any loud colour schemes or styles that could deter buyers and this applies to everything from a lick of paint to new kitchen units.”
Making changes to a property can usually increase it’s value.
However, the expert warned that this is not always the case and homeowners should do their research before making an drastic changes.