If you’re putting your home on the market, you need to know that the kitchen can make or break a sale – and you might need to make a few quick improvements in order to ensure you sell your home quickly and at the right price.
4 Quick Fixes for Your Kitchen
Your Realtor® will walk you through the entire home-selling process, which actually starts before you put your home on the market.
If your kitchen needs a pick-me-up before you put your home on the market, you don’t need to do a complete remodel. In fact, there are a few things you can do to breathe new life into your space – and the good news is that they don’t cost a fortune.
Kitchen Quick-Fix #1: Do the Cabinets
You don’t have to replace all your cabinetry. In fact, unless they’re falling apart, you probably shouldn’t. Instead, sand them down and repaint them for (almost) instant revitalization.
Kitchen Quick-Fix #2: Repaint the Walls
Your Realtor may have advised you to repaint the walls, and the kitchen is a great place to start. Removing old, tired wallpaper and replacing it with a solid, light color may be the best idea.
Kitchen Quick-Fix #3: Upgrade Your Fixtures
Most people can replace their kitchen fixtures easily. Because stylish (and economical) fixtures are available at a number of home improvement stores, you can generally revitalize your kitchen sink and other fixtures in the room for under $100.
Kitchen Quick-Fix #4: Replace Appliance Panels
It’s usually easy to replace appliance panels, and it’s more cost-effective than replacing already-working appliances. You may be able to order everything you need through a wholesaler, which means sprucing up your space this way is incredibly economical.
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