Can you sell a house on a kitchen?

Whether you are building a new home or completely renovating your kitchen, it is extremely important to know that the main selling feature of a home’s marketing campaign is the kitchen.

At Immackulate Designer Homes, we pride ourselves as Sunshine Coast builders, on supplying the most relevant and important information to our clients. If you are looking to build your Sunshine Coast designer home, have purchased a house and land package through us or a looking to renovate your home then you should know this information – kitchen saleability.

The kitchen must be functional, have good quality appliances, fittings, fixtures and a sense of space. An impressive kitchen will bring an impressive purchase price.

More than half of Australian property seekers want lots of storage and bench space in their kitchens. Almost 40% want natural light and 27% want open-plan layouts and appliances included.

People will design their kitchen around how much they cook and what they need, the kitchen is a personal place but also a very public one.

People are more prepared to throw more money at a kitchen than a less public space, like an ensuite.

In terms of style, only 7% of property seekers were concerned with colour palette. In saying that, vivid colour polarizes people and can turn buyers off. Some buyers will look at a kitchen with bright colours and factor in the cost of a new one.

When building, take into consideration the location. A lot of buyers will pay close attention to where the kitchen is positioned in the house. Everyone is drawn to the kitchen so it has to play its part on the floor plan.

If you are wanting to build your dream designer home and looking for a trusted Sunshine Coast builder then you can’t go past Immackulate Designer Homes. Immaculate are specialists in ensuring you get the best building service from planning to design to construction and to handover.

Call Immackulate Designer Homes today. Build your future.

Article information thanks to realestate.com.au

http://www.realestate.com.au/blog/can-you-sell-a-house-on-a-kitchen/