So you have decided to resell your home, but you think with its current rundown condition you might not be able to sell it in a price you would prefer. Renovating it may be an option, but it can take a good chunk out of your budget.Hiring professional renovators and home stagers are indeed expensive, but you can do a few home improvements yourself and save money in the process. Small and simple improvements can build up into something significant. Below are several ways on how to make home improvements to boost the value of your home without going beyond your budget.Get started on the kitchen and the bathroom. Most homebuyers are very particular on these areas. It is better to check these areas for any broken fixtures or any repairs it needs. Many of these repairs can be done quickly and with everyday tools found around the house. Also, doing the minor repairs now will prevent future repairs that may need much costlier repairs.Repaint kitchen cabinets, polish wooden panels, and check the faucets for any leaks. Scrub up the tiles and buy new shower curtains to give these areas a brand-new feel. Cleaning and repainting the kitchen and bathroom may seem like an unimportant chore, but it can do wonders when selling to potential clients.Do a paint-job all over the entire house. Specifically, paint the walls, both exterior and interior, the ceiling and on the furniture. Choose light muted colors for the walls to give the impression of space and cleanliness in the rooms.Resell unused items and old furniture in yard sales. This way, you will be able to get rid of the unwanted clutter inside your home and at the same time earn some extra money in the process. Also, a small profit can balance the minor items bought to give your house a newer feel to it.Regarding the exterior of your home, start with mowing the lawn. Afterwards, plant potted flowers and grass on your garden. Landscaping and planting are good ways to improve the façade of your home without harassing your budget.Remember, maintaining a house in a good condition should not only be done after you have finally decided to resell your house. A well-maintained house is already of great value from the start and will not only make reselling it easier, it will also save you lots of money on repairs and other home improvements.