We never like to blunt here at QSC, however, it is a fact. If you are selling, or representing a seller, and the house doesn’t have granite kitchen countertops, you are leaving money on the table.
All new homes have one thing in common: They either have granite or quartz kitchen countertops. All flip homes have one thing in common: They either have granite or quartz kitchen countertops. Granite and Quartz Countertops have gone from “luxury items”, to industry standards. Here in Virginia Beach alone, we have has seen this trend as we’ve assisted investors by installing granite in houses with sales prices as low as $150K. In 2016 alone, we have renovated 500 apartment units that have granite countertops.
According to CNN, CNBC, and Fox News, “Granite can increase the value of your home by as much as 25 percent of the countertop retail value”, according to Robert Measer, of Hunt Real Estate. “Additionally, lenders and potential buyers may tend to see granite as an indicator that a home is of good quality and worth investing in.”
QSC has put together a program specifically to assist homes that are being flipped, homes headed on the market, and homes that have been sitting on the market. Our “SELL MY HOME NOW” program, consists of 5 beautiful stones that are guaranteed to have mass appeal, and boost your sales price.
Any of these materials can start in a $39-$49 range (depending on size and complexity of the job). If you are scratching your head as to why your home hasn’t generated the interest you feel it deserves, give us a call and we’ll help gear you or your customer in the right direction.
Wow, I had no idea that granite can add 25 percent or more in value to my house. I need to look at getting some new counters. Plus, I love the look of granite and how strong it is. My wife does want to redo the kitchen. I’ll have to talk to her about this.
Give us a call if you’re in Hampton Roads and the boss gives her approval.
“According to FNN, CNBC, and Fox News, “Granite can increase the value of your home by as much as 25 percent of the countertop retail value”,
Huh? That’s saying if you spend $10,000 on granite, you’ll get a return of $2,500 when you sell.
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