To add value to your property, you will want to make it as desirable as possible to modern home buyers by including the things that modern buyers want the most. With this in mind, you will find some info on this below.
Eco-Friendly Heating and Air Conditioning
The economic and environmental cost of heating and cooling the home is something you will find many modern buyers are concerned with. This is because they don’t want to be wasting money keeping their home at a constant temperature when there is tech available that will help them do this without using so much of their own cash, or putting such a strain on the earth’s resources.
With that in mind, it’s important that you make adjustments to your home that cater to this. These may include installing infrared heating systems, underfloor heating, or even a condensing boiler, as these are all methods that are designed to be much more ecologically and economically friendly. It is also helpful to ensure that you check the properties structure is sound and it includes triple glazed window and insulation where necessary. The reason for this being that it will prevent any unnecessary leakage of heat, and further reduce any heating bills that homeowners may incur.
Unless they are choosing a fixer-upper, most modern buyers want a home that is not only in a decent livable condition, but that is also finished to a high standard. That means even the small details like the moldings around the ceiling, the worktops, and the taps all need to be in good working order, be of good quality, and be visually appealing.
This isn’t such bad news though. This is because while it may cost you a little more when you do choose to replace items, it also provides you with a marvelous excuse to enjoy the best features and fitting possible for the time that you are in the house as well.
Home smart tech is something that buyers are expecting more and more as time goes on. At the moment it is mostly limited to the desire for excellent wifi in and around the home, as this enables smart connected devices to control various functions in the house.
Functions that include turning on and off the lights, opening and closing the garage doors, and turning on the sprinklers from the comfort of your armchair.
However, it is worth noting that as all of these smart devices become more commonplace it may be that buyer will expect some to be installed as standard. Something that means it is worth keeping an eye on this and investing as and when the opportunity presents itself if you want to make your home the most desirable on the market.
A room for a washing machine, dryer, and clothes rack might not sound all that glamorous, but it is actually a huge selling point for most folks. The reason being that by having such a space you can keep all the washing and drying clutter away from the rest of the home.
To this end, it is definitely worth creating a utility room if you haven’t not one already. If you do this, remember though, that it will need a water supply so that the washing machine can be plumbed in. Otherwise, it won’t add as much value to the property as it could.
This property is ‘Tarascon’ – a grand 1930s home in a prized harbourside address located at 9 Stanton Road and is listed with Sotheby’s International Realty, Gayle Walker.
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