To find a buyer for your Anytown home in today’s tough, competitive Anytown real estate market, hire a savvy Utah real estate agent who knows how to sell your home.
Most Anytown home sellers consider whether or not to invest in any remodeling or upgrading. An experienced agent like myself can give helpful, accurate advice about which upgrades are worth the money and which are unlikely to reap a good return.
Your kitchen gets the most constant use of any room in the house, and an update can deliver the most wow factor come show time.
Installing new solid surface, granite or marble countertops, adding more light, and replacing or painting cabinet doors in the latest neutral can make your kitchen look new and fresh.
Salt Lake City kitchen styles change frequently. Updating just one or two kitchen features can make your home more appealing to Anytown home buyers. Whether switching out an older refrigerator for a trendy Sub-Zero model or installing modern pendant lighting above your bar, coveted up-to-the-minute appliances and decor will get you the most bang for your buck.
Bathrooms are your next priority. What used to be considered high end bath upgrades, such as raised jacuzzi tubs, skylights, or his and her closets, are now found standard in new 84123 zip code area mid-range homes. Along with kitchen remodels, home sellers can expect to recoup 80-90 percent of the money they put into their bathroom(s) this year.
Another way to spend those remodeling dollars is with an addition. Large or small, an extra room that has potential as a bedroom, playroom, game room, craft room, or office is ideal. This gives zip code 84123 buyers flexibility and the feeling that the home can grow with them.
Hi, my name is Chris Johnson and I have experience in Utah commercial and land properties. I know the Salt Lake City market and can give advice on improvements that could help you sell your home faster!