If you're starting with a good kitchen space, then making a few inexpensive modifications can help you get your home noticed and sell for more money.
The way you sell and show a home is not usually the way you live in it.
Yes, it may be an inconvenience but it's worth the hassle if it brings in more money when your home sells.
Leave open space for buyers to imagine their own belongings in your kitchen.
But many sellers forget to do this and the counter tops are left sticky or with stains on them.
Get some light in the kitchen.
You don't have to spend lots of money and get the best flooring around; just make sure your flooring doesn't make your home look like it's in a time warp.
Using fresh herbs in simple containers is a great way to add some pretty decor plus their lovely aromatic odors help buyers think about the meals they'd cook in your kitchen.
You can expect buyers to want some money off or for it to be replaced.
Taking the time to enhance it before you list your home will help make sure your home sells for top dollar.