28 Jul The Two Most Important Rooms
If you’re planning on building a new custom home—with a possibility of selling in the future—there are two rooms in your house that carry the most weight for buyers. By focusing your attention on these hot spots, or “make it or break it” rooms in your home, you’ll guarantee a greater resale potential.
So what are the two most important rooms to consider when building your new house?
The kitchen and the master bathroom.
Buyers tend to inspect and show more interest in your kitchen and master bath over any other room. So, while planning the design of your new home, give greater consideration and thoughtfulness to up the kitchen and master bath. Before you plan your kitchen and master bath, make sure you do your homework. What do these two rooms look like in the rest of your neighborhood? Try to appease the majority of buyers by planning your design ahead of time. Just because you like vibrant orange walls doesn’t mean buyers will find it appealing!
Check up on the style and craftsmanship of kitchens and baths in homes for sale nearby. This will help you decide what trends are currently popular and where to allocate resources. The goal is to make your home appealing to the masses without wasting money or over-investing.
The kitchen is by far the most important room in your home, which is why budgeting more for the kitchen will dramatically increase your home value. Here are important factors to consider in kitchen design:
- Style of Cabinets
- Cabinet Hardware
- Consider Upgraded Appliances
- Style of Lighting Fixtures
- Paint and Tile
- Faucet Fixtures
- Storage Space
- Kitchen Island
The Master Bath
Similar to the kitchen, a remarkable master bath is a key selling point in the market today, so make sure to give it some TLC. It can be tricky to design in an affordable way, but here are some little things you can do to win the hearts of future buyers.
- Upgraded Faucets
- Stylish Light Fixtures
- Brighten Up the Room with Mirrors
- Storage Space and Towel Racks
- Barrier-Free Tiled Shower
- Garden Tub
Never underestimate the power of a well-designed kitchen and master bath. These home hot spots can truly make it or break it for future buyers.
If you’re ready to start the planning of your new home, request a consultation and quote today. (210) 559-9293