advice on rehabbing bathroom?

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I am thinking of remodeling the bathroom to increase the resale value. Do you think I can just leave it alone or go ahead and remodel it? I would like the keep cost down as much as possible. Any advice would be appreciated.
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what would you guys do if you wanted to sell the house? Is it even worth remodeling the bathroom?

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there is a crack in the center tile which is why I think I might as well take all the tiles off and maybe repaint the bathroom.

I'm no expert, but I had a few thoughts. The purple is a bit loud. Pick a color that is more neutral for your paint. The sink looks a bit dated. Why not rip it out and put in a cheap pedistal sink? They look a lot more modern and classier. Also it looks like the tile near your toilet is of a different color. Was there some work done? If you could get everything to look cleaner, it may help. Las thing is the light fixtures around your mirror. They like like they are from a submarine. It is inexpensive to replace them as well.

If you're on a really small budget, the most important things I'd do are PAINT that PURPLE!

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