5 Steps to ready your kitchen for sale

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5 Steps to ready your kitchen for sale
Sun, 05-18-2008 - 11:45am

Five Steps to Make Your Kitchen Ready for Homebuyers
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Selling your house? Increase its market appeal with a kitchen facelift. The impression your kitchen makes on potential buyers can be a crucial selling point, and a minor remodel is one of the most cost-effective investments you can make.

Here are five simple, affordable steps to freshen up your kitchen for resale:

1. Jazz Things Up With a New Coat of Paint
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2. Clear Off Counters With Clever Storage Options
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3. Brighten Dark Corners With Modern Lighting
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4. Add Warmth With Attractive Window Treatments
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5. Get Rid of Personal Clutter and Add New Decor
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These five steps require small investments, but they can result in a big payoff!
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