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How to Maximize ROI When Remodeling Your Kitchen

Wondering if the full kitchen remodel is worth the hefty price tag? The return on investment (ROI) for a kitchen remodel can vary depending on various factors such as current real estate market and where you are located, however, a well-planned and executed kitchen remodel can typically provide a very good ROI for homeowners. In 2021, the national average ROI for a major kitchen remodel is around 62.7%, and around 72.2% for a minor kitchen remodel. 

Remember the following to make the most of your reno:

Improved Functionality: A kitchen remodel can improve the flow and functionality of the space by adding more storage, creating a more open floor plan, and upgrading appliances. These upgrades make the kitchen more convenient and practical to use, which is the most significant selling point for potential buyers. 

Energy Efficiency: A kitchen remodel can also include upgrading to more energy-efficient appliances, lighting, and fixtures. These upgrades can help reduce energy usage and lower utility bills, which is a desirable feature for many buyers.

Design & Aesthetics: A kitchen remodel can significantly improve the visual appeal of the space by replacing outdated cabinets, countertops, and flooring with updated alternatives. Remember, go for a timeless design rather than the trendiest colors or wallpaper. A neutral color palette is likely to suite a wider spectrum of homebuyers.

Materials Used: Keep in mind that splurging on every single aspect of your remodel will not only run a high price tag, but it could actually decrease your ROI. Spend the most money on functional and structural improvements rather than all over marble flooring and the finest gold finishes.

Inexpensive "Bonuses": Something as simple as an added doggy door,  breakfast bench, or pantry cubbies can add a lot of value for less. These traits make a kitchen feel unique and will go a long way with potential home buyers.

Happy remodeling!

 

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