What a homeowner should do who is thinking of selling 'IN A FEW YEARS' is to make the improvements THEY will enjoy for THEIR benefit....PERIOD. That will be the only ROI they may receive.
Your focus needs to be converting an obsolete space into contemporary space. If you fail in this conversion you will find your investment wasted when you sell 'in a few years.'
Now, relax, make the improvement you and those important to you can enjoy and celebrate. You have no control over what happens in A FEW YEARS OR MORE IF EVER.
too.If not, keep the existing appliances if in good working order.Many people who ran out to purchase stainless appliances found the constant cleaning of fingerprints on stainless surfaces
drive them crazy.For that reason, I too don't like stainless surfaces.
BUD TRAYNER REALTY
General location of property?
Size of home, bedrooms, baths etc?
What you wish to sell home for?
Are you currently remodling?
If you are in a tight market with little equity I would advise sell as is.
If you have alot of equity and are in a tight market then yes upgrade appliances or allow for an appliance credit.
Hope all goes well and best of luck.
Tammy Hayes, Realtor
Green Lion Realty, Port Charlotte, FL