Does Your House Have What Buyers Want?

Does Your House Have What Buyers Want?

As the rise in remote work is changing what many Americans want from their homes, today's buyers are looking for houses that can support this new way of life. As a seller you don't need an extra room if your company has decided to go full time or delay opening back up again because they have found it more effective than remaining on site at all times - rest assured there's someone out there who needs exactly those qualities!

Remote Work Is Here To Stay

Remote work remains a reality for many Americans. A recent poll from Garter, Inc shows that organizations have not yet returned their offices:

"66% of organizations are delaying reopening their office due to COVID-19 variants."

And it's not just companies choosing remote either--workers are seeking more flexibility even if they leave jobs in order do so! According research by Pricewaterhouse Coopers nearly one fifth employees want full time remote employment opportunities at some point in the future . The study also finds that people tend to quit old careers or look elsewhere when given newer ones which better suit them.

“Among employees looking for new jobs, almost one in ten say it’s because they moved away from the office while working remotely and don’t want to go back on-site.”

More Remote Work Means a Greater Need for Home Offices

The 21st century is all about working remotely. The world has become much more globalized, and now people are looking to work from home as well! However it's not just the requirement of space that makes this trend an attractive option for today’s workforce; there can also be privacy concerns when you need some alone time with your family or friends too (even though they're probably always up on Facebook). So what do architects predict will happen in 2021?

The American Institute Of Architects says "69% percent still want at least one office" But 75% expect multiple spaces/chambers inside their homes.

What Does This Mean for You?

Now is the perfect time to sell your home. Your real estate advisor can help you highlight all the most sought-after features in a listing, such as extra space and luxurious finishes that buyers will love! However if there's no use for an area then consider staging it like I did with mine - my agent evaluated and prepared areas before potential customers came over while looking into different uses of their own.They’ll make recommendations for how to stage the room, where to draw the eye, and what other sellers are doing to make their houses stand out.

Bottom Line

With the rise of remote work, more buyers are looking for homes that can support multiple home offices. If you have extra room in your house and it's not being used then consider selling to capitalize on its potential as an office space! Let us connect today so we discuss what unique features exist within this property which will appeal specifically towards these individuals who want both professional amenities AND personal comfortability when working from any location all over town—especially nowadays with people becoming increasingly busy every day no matter where they live or travel too.

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