Homebuyers want a do-it-all experience within their home. With unique work and home situations cropping up more today than ever before, home design is critical. Tech-savvy energy systems, incredible layouts and extra rooms for activity are what’s on consumers’ minds. The general focus is planning for a home to be functional and pleasurable at the same time. A thoughtful space designed with intention and functionality meets a more significant purpose that is quality. In general, homeowners want more extensive walk-in showers suitable for couples. An exercise room and homeschooling area provide a quiet time when needed while other household members can live the way they want.
Philadelphia seasons are distinct. Consider outdoor space as a fun treat for entertaining and relaxing outside the city while getting that solitude you want. Once those rainy and snowy days roll around, you will escape to a cozy, basement to enjoy your favorite movies or tv. Office space for work, a green room for plants or a child’s playroom helps ensure a home for the long term. Features that address energy conservation and safety are high on a consumer’s priority list. Sometimes I get specific requests about energy efficiency and sunlight, so there is minimal waste on electricity.
The last thing you want is to buy a home to realize later you feel cramped due to less space. Some people want a fully finished basement and others need the bottom floor to stow away seasonal items like decorations or family treasures they do not need on display. Whatever your collection of goodies are, rest assured that your home is your shrine. Residents gravitate to properties with multiple floors to hang large paintings on the staircase walls. I want to be confident your property has all you want. As a Realtor, I get all kinds of wants in a home. I am familiar with the unique needs of buyers to find a neighborhood that is just right for each clients’ lifestyle.