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3 Renovation Tips for the BEST ROI

3 Renovation Tips for the BEST ROI

Are you thinking of remodeling your kitchen or any room in your home? Give me a call and I’ll connect you with reputable tradespeople in our network so you can design a new kitchen you’ll love! We can even suggest the updates buyers are looking for prior to your renovation!

The Kitchen is the hub of the home; the place where we gather to cook, eat, and connect with our family and friends.

Homeowners renovate their kitchens for many reasons – to update it before listing to improve storage and functionality, or just for a fresh look.

We have several articles this month focusing on tips and strategies to guide you through your kitchen renovation!

3 Renovation Tips for the BEST ROI

  1. Keep updates in line with the style of the neighborhood. Expensive upgrades may not pay off if they’re not the norm of the neighborhood. If you plan to sell soon, choose materials and appliances that are on par with the style of the average home in your area.
  2. Don’t over-improve the room; you’re unlikely to get a return on your investment. Instead make simple upgrades to your lighting, fixtures, and hardware and freshen the space with a coat of paint.
  3. Update appliances, especially if they’re no longer working efficiently. resist the urge to upgrade to high-end appliances, unless it’s in keeping with they style of the home.

While many homeowners give the kitchen a minor update to keep it modern, others choose a full remodel to improve the style and function of the space, make it more attractive to potential buyers or just enjoy it more!

We hope these tips help you design the kitchen of your dreams!

Oh by the way… if you or someone you know would appreciate the level of service I provide, please contact me below or give me a call 970-985-8555

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