Most of the time, if you’re investing in a remodel or renovation, you want to enjoy the new space yourself. But there are ways to accomplish this while still helping to ensure a hefty return on investment down the road if you decide to sell your house, and if you’re remodeling to attract buyers and get the house sold in the short term. AOL Real Estate did a great article on this, listing several key tips specifically for getting a nice payback on a kitchen remodel. These include:
- Replacing the cabinets, or at lease updating them with a coat of paint and fresh hardware.
- Updating the light fixtures and faucets.
- Making sure there’s plenty of available workspace.
- Finding out what’s popular in your specific area and neighborhood, and trying to incorporate the things local buyers are looking for.
Whether you’re updating your kitchen to prompt a home sale or to enjoy it yourself for years to come, Klaff’s has what you need. Stop by one of our showrooms in Connecticut or New York to check out our kitchen and decorative hardware selections.
Photo: Display from the Klaff’s South Norwalk location