How to get a kitchen that will sell your home: Why a dream cooking, eating and living space attracts buyers
Remodelling a kitchen can increase your home’s value and make it more attractive to potential buyers.
Research from consumer body Which? found that a new kitchen typically costs around £8,000, and could add up to 6 per cent to your home’s value, which works out at an average of around £18,000 for a £300,000 home.
But if you aren’t going to live in the property and enjoy that new kitchen yourself, there are tricks to update the room without spending that much.
YOPA’s Ms Peake recommends considering new cabinet door fronts, instead of a pricey full refit, while painting walls and freshening up skirting boards, new lighting, or just a good old-fashioned declutter can work wonders with a small budget.
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