What Home Buyers Are Looking for When Working From Home!
With more employees working from home, many homebuyers are looking dedicated offices in their next home. Some not only need to plan for a home office space, but also need to accommodate the homeschooling or distance learning needs of their children as well. With more buyers needing these spaces, is directly impacting the way homes are marketed and the type of features that have become important to buyers at all price points. Of course, homebuyers with larger budgets have the luxury of seeking homes with extra bedrooms or offices and dens already included. But some buyers may need to find that space in more creative ways.
The easiest way to add working space is within the bedrooms, basements and converting attic space. This offers the ability to close a door for privacy. Larger bedrooms (both in master and secondary bedrooms) have been a top priority for homebuyers. Another important feature is an open floorplan which features a Great Room design. For generations, kids have done their homework at the kitchen table, and a spacious kitchen/family room combo makes it easier for home learning without becoming cluttered. Another option for homebuyers is a separate formal living or dining room, that can be converted to a flexspace/workspace.
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Kate Ross, Homes and Staging
Coldwell Banker Realty