Millie Gil, Lic. Real Estate Broker-Owner | Thu September 20th, 2012
What Buyers Want by Bold Real Estate Group
If you are a seller you have probably been wondering “what do home buyers really want”? Well, according to AVID Ratings Co., a few of the must have amenities when buying a new house are home offices and green features. Who would have guessed?!
You would be surprised what a home buyer is willing to give up when it comes to making their home into what they want it to be. They will give upand media rooms just so that they can have a home office.
Here are a few other items that current home buyers are looking for:
• Energy efficient appliances
• Energy efficient windows
• Proper, effective insulation
• Large kitchens
• Island bar in the kitchen
• Granite countertops
• Main floor master suite
• Outdoor living spaces
• Ceiling fans
• Oversized garden tubs in the master suite
• Oversized showers with a seating area
• Stone and brick exteriors
• Community amenities such as walking trails and nice landscaping
• Community playground
• Two or three car garage
Don’t worry if your home does not have all of these things. Most buyers will still consider a home as long as it has a few of their wants and needs. However, they realize that no home is going to have everything they are looking for.
Let Realtor Millie Gil know what you like best about your home. Be sure to list all the amenities as some of them may not be obvious to a buyer who has looked at several homes before yours. Millie Gil may also be able to come up with a few more things that are special about your home based on their years of experience and knowing what current buyers are looking for.
About the Author: Millie Gil has been a successful Florida Real Estate agent for over 25 years. Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties. For more information please forward your request to firstname.lastname@example.org