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Working Remotely Impacts Homebuyer’s Needs in a Home

A majority of businesses are allowing their employees to work from home for the foreseeable future. This has many homebuyers adjust criteria in their next home. Some not only need to plan for a home office space, but also need to accommodate the homeschooling or distance learning needs of their children as well.

Due to changes in homebuyers’ criteria, there has been a shift in how properties are being marketed to homebuyers within all price points. Those buyers with larger budgets have the luxury of seeking homes with extra bedrooms, home offices, and dens already included. However, a majority of buyers are not as fortunate and need to find extra space in more creative ways.

The easiest way to add working space is within the bedrooms. This offers the ability to close a door for privacy. Larger bedrooms such as master suites have been a top priority for homebuyers. Another important feature is an open floorplan which features a large family room. For generations, kids have done their homework at the kitchen table, and a spacious kitchen/family room combo makes it easier for home learning without becoming cluttered. Another option for homebuyers is a separate formal dining room which could be converted to a workspace.

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With all the changes in how our society adjusts to working and learning remotely, a home with space is even more important than ever. Team Caropreso has the experience of analyzing a homebuyer’s essential needs when purchasing a home. Contact Team Caropreso today so you have an experienced Team on your side to help you purchase your next home!

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