Updated kitchens and baths help sell houses. Buyers are more likely to pay top dollar for a tastefully updated property than tackle the jobs themselves. Sellers can expect to leave big money on the table if they burden buyers with the updating tasks.
While improving the kitchen, make room for a space to dine, since eat-in kitchens sell. Updated flooring will grab the eye of potential sellers immediately – as will freshly painted walls – if they are appealing. Adding flooring or paints that are bold colors or that change in every room will defeat your purpose. A house that feels like a patchwork quilt does not flow and is less attractive to buyers. When updating your home, select quality flooring within your budget. Return on investment is vital, but cheap materials and shoddy workmanship will backfire.
A great pantry, ample cabinet and closet space including a linen closet, and garage storage entice buyers. No one ever says their house has too much storage. One prominent reason why people move is for extra space, including storage.
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