Kitchen Remodeling: A Guide for Home Sellers and Movers
November 20, 2010
If you are planning to sell your home in the near future, an attractive kitchen could really help to improve your chances of finding a buyer and getting a good price.
Cost Versus Benefits of a Kitchen Remodeling Project
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Many homeowners choose to remodel their kitchen as it is typically one of the most widely used rooms within the home, and it is one of the top ways to increase the resale value of a property. When remodeling a kitchen, you can focus on gutting and redoing every component, or on smaller renovation projects such as replacing and refinishing floors or countertops, changing the cabinets or installing more current appliances.
While you want to design a kitchen that appeals to your personal design sense, you also want to consider whether your choices will appeal to a mass group of future buyers for resale purposes. If you are working to stay in a budget, you may want to consider simply refacing cabinets and refinishing floors rather than replacing them. Simple updates to a kitchen space will transform the look and feel of the room as well as will increase the value of your entire property.
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