Bathroom & Kitchen Renovations

As a buyer that has spent hours in your search for the perfect home, with the perfect bathrooms and Kitchens...which do you like seeing the most and how does it effect the price you are willing to offer.


One that has been updated with plastic such as a solid one pc. surround that some companies just cover over the old.

One that has been renovated and built using tile surrounds with accents.

Bulit-in vanities vs free standing.

Simple soaker tubs vs air jetted or whirl pool types.

Wood flooring vs tile installs.


Woodgrain paneled doors  vs painted cabinetry.

Stainless steel vs stainless/black combos appliances.

Granite or recyled material type counter tops.

Good design old cabinets vs new cabinets bad design.

Island vs no islands or islands that are movable.

Just curious...

Lighting everywhere such as main, task, mood vs standard two fixtures.
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