If you are a property owner and landlord looking to find tenants, there is a balance to be struck. You want the property to entice potential renters and look great, obviously. However, you also need to be mindful that any improvements you might make may not add substantially to either the rental value – or the future sell-on value of the property. There’s also another very important factor to consider. In an ideal world, every tenant would treat their rented home as if it their own, with all due love, care, and respect. In reality, this is not always the case. Some tenants do not care for the property they are renting. In the worst cases, damage and disrepair can occur. So, what is the best type of kitchen for rental properties?
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