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5 Ways To Increase Your Kitchen’s Value

11 Aug 2016 Fremantle 0 Comment

Your Kitchen Could Let You Down at Sale Time! 5 Ways To Increase Your Kitchen’s Value

When it comes to sale time, potential buyers base their decisions on many different criteria. These range from the living room style to the number of bathrooms in the house.

Therefore, you have to pay attention to the details you would have noticed if you were the potential buyer.  For some people, the most important room is the kitchen.

Here are 5 ways to make your kitchen attractive:

1. It has to be clean

If you clean every single corner of the room, potential buyers will have a good impression of it. You have to clean all of the things most people don’t get a chance to clean every week (under the fridge, the oven, range-hood…)
The strategy of having a clean kitchen is the one shops use. For example, when you go to Ikea, everything is sparkling. It gives the customer the desire to buy.

2. It has to be tidied up and organized

At sale time, you have to get rid of anything that looks useless. The kitchen has to be empty because it makes it bigger and newer. This means you should keep the essential: crockery, coffee machine, kettle… And everything deserves a space in shelves, nothing should be left there.

Getting rid of all the machines you don’t often use (chocolate fountain, waffle iron…)

3. It has to be attractive

To convince the potential buyer that this is the kitchen they need, make it warm and colourful. In order to accomplish this , you can add flowers, fruits, cookbooks… This will give the potential buyer a feeling of happiness. This will remind movies where everything is perfect and the house well kept.

4. It has to show all its secrets

You know all the things the kitchen is capable of proposing. However, be sure that the potential buyers don’t and don’t assume they will notice. Now they are impressed and attracted by the kitchen as it is clean, tidied up and warm, showing them you have a breakfast bar, special cupboards for various kitchen appliances etc will add value to the kitchen.

5. It has to show no defects

With time, the shelves are getting worn and less colourful. Do not hesitate renovating them with paint. This is the cheapest way to do it. You can either change the colour or keep the same. This will definitely revitalise the room and make feel fresh and new.

Need more tips on getting the best value for your home – please contact me on 0431 417 345 or 08 9330 5277.

Real Estate Agent Perth| 0431417345, peter@professionalsultimate.com.au

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