With time, your kitchen becomes outdated, and its use and ability become limited. If you can recognize ways in which your kitchen is no longer serving its purpose, it is likely that a buyer will see the same limitations in case you try to sell.
Take a look at your counter-top. If it has too much space which you usually do not use, the chances are that you are just collecting a lot of junk in that corner. You should consider putting that space to better use, and there is no better way to do that than to have the area renovated. You can consider resizing the counter-top and installing a more useful device. Check the condition of your cabinets and appliances. Cabinets age with time because of the constant opening and closing, and if the machines have stopped working, consider replacement.
Renovation of your kitchen comes with several advantages, and among them is that it saves you energy costs and money. Purchasing new energy-efficient appliances will make your home more appealing to buyers if you decide to sell off your house. You are also likely to fetch higher prices. However, while buyers love an updated and organized kitchen, renovation is not such an easy task, neither is it cheap.