Way to Attract Millennial Buyers

Way to Attract Millennial Buyers

Some clients are after a renovation project. According to Consumer Reports these are the things young homebuyers look for the most.

Buyers from millennial generation are more likely to find a kind of home that can be ready for moving in and would enjoy and satisfies them right away. The millennial generation is feed with tremendous online information that reflects in the process on their home search. They have been provided with a lot of options, if your home doesn’t meet what they need, they will just look for the next house.

Build a Laundry Room in your home
Young homebuyers are so concerned about separating their laundry with the rest of the living space. Based on a recent survey, more than half of them are really considering a laundry room in choosing a home.

Get Smart
Installing an energy efficient, updated appliances and even smart home technology is a great value for young home buyers and majority of them are willing to invest with smart phone technology in buying a home.

Make Working from Home Easier
Homeowners should understand the kind of life that Millenials have especially in terms of their working life. Many of them work at home and it’s better if the owners would find a way to innovate a room into a working space. Consumer Reports pointed out that it’s actually affordable to transform a room into an office-type place with a basic desk plus the office chair or door.

Focus on Outdoor Spaces
Buyers would always prefer a home that is prepared for moving in and with great landscape and available outdoor space for entertaining. It doesn’t have to be very costly. In fact by just adding a deck or a patio with room for seating and a grill, young homebuyers will be attracted. 


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