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Kitchen design tips: How to impress tenants and buyers Part 1

By Rikki Cook

When you’re in the market to buy a new home or rent an apartment, first impressions are everything. The search for a new place to call your own can be an exhaustive one, whether it’s attending open homes or constantly perusing the latest listings featured online.

While some prospective buyers and tenants grow to love a location, as someone who is selling, you’re more likely to turn heads and generate interest by implementing the types of interior designs and layouts that would-be buyers think are spectacular as soon as they see them.

There’s perhaps no better place to buttress than the kitchen. Typically the most trafficked room in the house, the kitchen is where the action happens, whether it’s enjoying conversations with family and friends around the table, preparing dinner or searching for a late-night snack.

Here are a few smart design tips that can help revitalise this part of your property so tenants and buyers will be more than happy to take it off your hands.

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