Minor Kitchen Upgrades Are Costly; Deliver Free Space-Saving Info Instead

December 20, 2011

With holidays guests scheduled to arrive all too soon, home owners may be wishing they’d done that minor kitchen remodel, which Remodeling Magazine’s annual Cost vs. Value report says averages about $20,000 in job costs nationally.

You can help them cook up extra kitchen space for a lot less money. Brand, print, and deliver a free article on small kitchen space-savers from the REALTOR® Content Resource.

Clients need even more pre-holiday decluttering tips? Also ready for you to brand, print, and hand deliver (or post to Facebook, Twitter, your website, or blog; email; or add to your e-newsletter) are four more free articles on getting organized before holiday guests arrive. You can also search the REALTOR® Content Resource by keyword or topic for other content ranging from home improvement and maintenance to taxes and finance.

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