Kitchen Remodel shows a Return On Investment

Are you looking to add value to your home?  Have you considered a kitchen remodel?  Often, kitchens can be the most used room in your house and are the focal point.   Experts say that Kitchen Remodels continue to show a Return on Investment (ROI) of 75%-85%.  With that said, you don’t have to completely gut your kitchen to update it because sometimes a good facelift is all you may need.

Some of the items to consider are granite countertops, tile backsplash, tile flooring, remove wallpaper and popcorn ceilings, texture the walls, install trim and apply a fresh coat of paint.  This will give your kitchen a new updated look.

Keep in mind that you don’t want to over improve or go over the top with a kitchen remodel, as you could price your home out of the local market.

Kitchen Remodel


Here is what one of the experts with Century  21 says about a kitchen remodel: Although a kitchen remodel returns only 66 percent, on average, Chris Dossman, a real estate agent with Century 21 Scheetz in Indianapolis, says kitchens are one of the first things homebuyers look at. “If you have a house that doesn’t have an updated kitchen but you have a remodeled attic, that’s not what people are looking for,” she says.

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