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During this decade of the '80s, better builders have been discovering what they thought they knew: that attractive kitchens and baths sell new homes faster, and at better prices. It's a discovery that translates into more money in the pocket and less in the bank loan. And it has proved true in all regions. Although we often talk about kitchen and bath remodeling in this column, now that another year is passing into history, it's a good time to evaluate those two important rooms. The evaluating process demands specific questions builders should ask themselves. And it demands real nitty-gritty answers. 1. Who allocates the kitchen and bathroom space in each house? In many cases, it is the architect. In others, it might