Not sure what you are asking? A toolkit for home repairs? Every tool you think you will need. Go to garage sales and start buying tools that are of good quality and are in good condition. Avoid all tools that feel flimsy, If they are badly rusted or the handles are damaged pass on them.
The basics all tool kits should have are a tape measure, hammer, set of screwdrivers, handsaw, hacksaw, 8" (200mm) crescent type wrench, adjustable pliers 8" size (slip joint type), a small putty knife, a box knife. A set of wood chisels is nice to have but seldom used, also a sheetrock saw, or a keyhole saw. Also a 2 foot framing square and a 2 foot level, add a paint roller and tray and liners, and some paint bushes. Last of all a step ladder at least 6' tall, 8' is better. Add as you do projects, a portable workbench, a power saw, a small propane torch, electric soldering gun, a soldering pencil and some wire strippers and wire connectors and wire crimpers. This last list of items depends on your skill level and may not be needed if you are not doing any electrical work. A set of heavy work gloves and a bucket to hold the tools. What about some wrenches to do car repair?