Real Estate Tips: Sell Your Home with a Kitchen Cabinet Restoration
It is common knowledge that homes that are move-in ready condition, sell faster. So when you are preparing your home to sell there are few things you must consider. What needs to be updated in my home, kitchen or bath? And what are the least expensive updates I should consider? Properties in prime condition are a pleasure for the real estate agents to show and those homes get shown more often. Selling a home quickly is all about exposure and desirability. People know that kitchens sell homes! Be sure the home you are selling has been adequately updated for a quick sell.
A prospective buyer will, no doubt, thoroughly inspect the kitchen area. So money spent in the kitchen updating is money well spent. Kitchen cabinets are usually the biggest and most expensive part of the kitchen so you may be well served using your updating budget on a cabinet restoration, making them appealing to a potential buyer. Especially if your current cabinets are stained wood, your remedy is easy! Kitchen cabinet restorations are an inexpensive way to bring your cabinets back to their original color and beauty. In most cases, an entire kitchen can have the kitchen cabinet restoration completed in just one day.
Another suggestion to update your kitchen for a faster home sale is to replace your existing countertops. Again, this can be a relatively inexpensive way to update your kitchen depending on the countertop materials used. You have many countertop choices including, laminate, solid surfaces (Corian) , engineered stone (Ceasarstone, Silestone, quartz) and granite. It is recommended that you have your kitchen cabinet restoration done before you choose your new countertop so you get the true color of the restored cabinets and you are able to make a better choice when choosing your countertop material.
Cabinet restoration can also be done on other cabinetry in the home: stair rails, bath vanities, linen closets, laundry rooms and hall closet areas.