Ill cut to the chase, I have a duplex and in one unit the kitchen is a nightmare (cabinets falling off etc) it needs to be fully replaced. They move out May 1st and I have that moth to work on it before getting new tenants for June hopefully. In your experiences, do I go the Ikea route? Home depo? Getting in and done as fast as possible is crucial. And as for rental ready kitchens for possible students what materials do you recommend?
Home Depot or Lowes. Get mahogony not white or grey. It is sold wood and will outlast your life.
They have a very good supply. YouTube it and you will be fine.
Depends on location, how much rent you asking if your place in a really good area you definitely want you place to stand out brighter colors attract people faster your place will not be empty
Hey Nelson, I would follow the trends. I renovate apartments for large REITS and everything is white and grey when it comes to color schemes. I'm not a fan of ikea myself as the cabinets come unassembled. White is easy to match if you ever need to replace a kick plate or cabinet doors down the road as well. Lots of property owners are using quartz for countertops now to compete with new condos but I would stick to laminate counter tops in your area. If you DM me I can send you a few contacts I have for suppliers.