Not every kitchen needs to be gutted and completely done over to function well, look smart, and attract a buyer or renter. Minimizing work will also make a property available to list, sell, and rent faster.
Kitchen Remodeling Kitchens remain the most popular room in a house when buyers shop. They want them updated and functional, boasting top appliances, quality countertops, flooring, and today, even energy efficient lighting. And if the kitchens don’t meet expectations, but everything else does, they’re often at the top of a remodeling wish list. For […]
As I discussed in my last post, bathrooms and kitchens are typically “game changers” in terms of adding value to a home, and the main reason for that is because they contain items that are larger investments and can vary a great deal in cost and style. For example, we know that appliances, faucets, sinks, […]
Countertops are one way to update a kitchen without redoing the entire room, and improve resale of a dated space. If you crave a major change for how your kitchen looks, you might consider replacing your countertops. Switching out the existing tops for new ones can give the room a transformative feel, and even improve […]
Inexpensive Kitchen Designs Not every kitchen transformation has to be a total, expensive gut job. The average mid-range redo now hovers near $62,000 nationally and a higher $123,000 for a luxe makeover, according to the latest “Cost vs. Value” Report from Remodeling Magazine; both higher costs than in the prior year. But you can […]