Renovate Your Kitchen & Add Value to Your Home!

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Renovate Your Kitchen & Add Value to Your Home!

The saleability of your property can be instantly improved with a modern kitchen and gleaming appliances. When trying to add value to your home, it is important to do your research before ripping out cabinets and countertops.

Among all the rooms in a home, kitchens are the most expensive to renovate. When updating for lifestyle or profit, it all depends on why you're doing it. Indulge in a few luxurious extras if you're not planning to move. It may be better to be cautious if you are planning to go on the market soon. Rather than investing in a luxurious but expensive kitchen, you should make your decision a profitable one.

Your budget and home's value will determine how much you should spend. A few cosmetic changes, rather than a complete remodel, could also give the impression of a custom kitchen.

Upgrades that will make your kitchen more resale-friendly

Kitchen walk-in pantries are at the top of everyone's wish list. Hence, making one is essential if you have the space. Think about installing floor-to-ceiling shelving and multiple wall-mounted storage systems.

There may be a benefit to installing a butler's pantry if you live in a home at the high end of the market. With this method, it is possible to keep everyday mess out of sight, including the mess from the toaster and from the kitchen. An additional bench space is usually included in this pantry, which is a step up from a typical pantry. In addition to additional appliances like a dishwasher, fridge, and cooker, some butler's pantries have a dishwasher and refrigerator.

Your real estate agent can always assist you in determining what could help you get the best price for your home.
 

Avoid these mistakes  

Especially if you're going for a full remodel, it's easy to overspend on a kitchen renovation. Keeping your budget on track requires planning.

Don't wait until the last minute to check the measurements before buying appliances. It is also possible to save some money by purchasing bulk items.


Make sure you carefully consider how your kitchen will be laid out and finished, as these are not things you can easily change. Make sure the splashback colour you choose won't be regrettable in 30 years.

Choosing a classic style when renovating for profit will appeal to a wider market when the time comes to sell. If you are planning to use brass gold tapware to complement your chosen colour scheme, perhaps stainless-steel finishes are a better choice. Be sure to consider lighting so that you can create a warm and welcoming atmosphere in your space.

 

Whether you’re looking at buying your next home or looking at that next investment property, contact Coco Beyond today and find out how we can help set you up for the ever-changing future.