When selling your home, you want it to appeal to buyers, right? The kitchen is considered the heart and soul of the home. It’s where the food is prepared, but also where memories are made. People really do care about what the kitchen looks like. If you’re considering remodeling your kitchen only to turn around and sell your house later, take a look at these 6 tips: Talk to real estate professionals. Ask a local real estate agent about kitchen must-haves in your neighborhood. Find out what attracts buyers, and what repels them. Research what is being marketed by the real estate professionals in your area and buy those. Sometimes, it is simply a finish color that is important (stainless steel is still popular); sometimes it is a brand name. Keep the style and color scheme simple. Think neutral for countertops, cabinets, floors, backsplashes, and appliances. By neutral, we don’t mean white. Go natural and subdued. Choose surfaces and fixtures that blend with many styles. Select countertops and cabinets that are not busy or loud. Simplicity is the key. Read more...