Is an Outdated Kitchen the Reason Your House Hasn't Sold?

For many prospective homebuyers, an outdated kitchen is a deal-breaker.

Here are some inexpensive upgrades that may help you sell your house

  • Repair damaged countertops or replace them with granite ones.
  • Replace an old sink and faucet and install an attractive backsplash.
  • If your kitchen has vinyl flooring, replace it with something more modern.
  • Install new appliances if necessary. If the existing appliances work, but just don’t look good, install new face panels.
  • If your cabinets are outdated but in good shape, repaint them and replace the hardware.
  • Improve lighting in the kitchen.


Ask your real estate agent for advice on kitchen upgrades that could help you sell your home.


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