Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Invest in Your Kitchen or Bath

  • Deals- There is really no other way to say it, deals are everywhere these days.  You’ll find that your dollar will go much farther than it did 5 years ago.  The catch?  You have to act fast.  Many of the promotions out there last for 30-90 days.  If you wait too long you might find the savings you were hoping for are no longer available.
  • A Sound Investment- Unlike buying a new car- where the value depreciates the moment you drive off the lot, you can expect to recoup up to 74% of your investment when you go to sell your home.   If you bought a car for $30,000 and drove it for 5 years, you might be lucky to get $7,000 for it at trade in.  But with a $30,000 kitchen or bath expect to get easily $20,000 back when you go to sell your house.
  • America’s Lifestyle-  You may be part of the growing group of Americans who choose to spend more time in their home than they did only 5 years ago.  Whether it’s your travel budget getting smaller, deciding to work from a home office, or simply deciding to spend more time with the family, many of us are finding ourselves at home more often.  So why not invest in making your home a more enjoyable place?
  • It Doesn’t Have to be the “Whole Kit and Caboodle” – Remodeling your kitchen doesn’t mean you have to gut the room.  Many people are choosing to replace their countertops and appliances only.  This isn’t a bad option if your cabinets are in good condition, your layout works, and you want an updated look without the huge price tag.   This cuts out a lot of the labor costs while still giving the space a fresh new look.

Thinking of remodeling? Email Nikki Or visit our website.

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