When you are buying a home, which features are a necessity to you?
My partner and I finished renovating our property and put it on the market. It has made us wonder, what features people really mind about in their property. Is the size of the lounge important? Are you sold if there are beautiful new appliances? What made you buy your home? What features would you not consider a house without?
I would need an attached garage parking. Also if the house was not taken care of and I have to put a lot of time and money into fixing it up I would just pass and keep looking. Also want something bright and airy - no dark rooms so that means living spaces must face a south - southwest sun. If the house was dirty and run down because the owners did not care, I would pass and keep looking. If you renovated your property I would imagine you will get a buyer soon, depending on the real estate market you are in.
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