I'm looking to sell my IP in the immediate future and have been looking at what small improvements I can make to add value to property prior to sale. An old photo of the kitchen: View image: w800 h543 7322206 2 pi 150617 080356 Timber venetians have replaced the roller blind and the benchtop was replaced due to tenant damage so is now this colour Laminex Initially I'll be replacing the taps with a mixer tap and also replacing the cupboard handles with more modern stainless steel ones. The other things I am pondering but unsure of at this stage: - Replacing the rangehood and oven with new stainless steel ones. - Painting the cupboards with white knight laminate paint. Probably a light brownish/grey so as to somewhat blend in with the tile splashback and current wall colour. The kitchen itself is still tidy and structurally sound. Given it is a duplex and the target buyer would be either an investor or retiree most likely, I'm wondering whether the investment in the last two improvements would result in much of an increase in sale value. Any ideas or suggestions?