Saturday, February 4, 2012

Small changes add $100,000 in value!

Our clients asked us to help them update the kitchen on a new home they had just purchased.

 Keeping the existing oak cabinets, but painting them white, lighted and brightened the entire room.  We then added a quartz countertop that resembles marble without the worries of staining or maintenance.  Then to bring color to the white kitchen, we added soft blue/gray subway tiles.  A new wide plank hardwood floor and updated appliances completed this renovation.

In addition to the kitchen, we took the hardwood flooring throughout the first level.  Then, updated a 1/2 bath, laundry room and painted throughout.  The agent who sold them the home was shocked by the changes and told them that the home's value had increased by $100,000.  Yea!

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