Are you planning on putting your house on the market this spring? If so, you’re probably doing everything you can to increase its value. The best way to add value is to make smart, affordable updates that will pay off when you’re ready to sell your home. Current homebuyers are looking for modern updates, especially in kitchens and bathrooms. Even if the rest of your home needs work, buyers are more likely to make an offer if they love the kitchen. However, it is important not to overdo your updates and invest too much in your kitchen before selling, which is why you should let the experts at Virginia Restoration Services help you find the right balance.
Smart Kitchen Updates
If you are planning to move and you want to get the most out of your kitchen remodel, consider updating these items that make an impact without breaking the bank:
- Countertops: A stone countertop such as granite or quartz will attract buyers.
- Cabinets: Consider either completely replacing your cabinets or, if they’re in good shape, refinish them. This will give your kitchen a fresh look.
- Backsplash: This is a great, relatively inexpensive update that can give your space a tied-together look.
- Appliances: Buyers love new appliances and will pay top dollar for stainless steel.
Update to Sell
The professional design team at Virginia Restoration Services can help you come up with a kitchen design that is modern and fits with what most buyers are seeking. We also can help you prioritize which projects are beneficial to complete before selling, and which would be overkill. However, if you are in need of a kitchen remodel but you want to stay in your house for a few more years, we can help come up with a design plan that best meets the needs of your family.
Want to find out more about our kitchen remodeling services? Contact us today at (804) 283-3932, and set up a kitchen design consultation. We proudly serve the homeowners of Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Petersburg, Virginia, and Washington DC, providing high-quality kitchen and bathroom remodeling.
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