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Tips For Preparing To Sell Your Home

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4 Must-Have Features Home Buyers Always Look For

Courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens

1. Natural Materials

Marble, concrete, and wood are having a moment. Buyers are seeking out natural (and natural-looking) surfaces for every space—hardwood floors in the living area instead of covering the room in carpeting, natural stone countertops in kitchens and bathrooms. This preference extends to furniture and accessories, too. The rich wood finishes characteristic to midcentury modern decor continue to be popular, for example.

2. Curb Appeal

Much like meeting a new person, a home needs to create a positive first impression to make you want to come back to it over and over. This means that exterior appearance is just as important as interior design (if not more so!). You want to feel content and happy to return to your home at the end of a long day, so making it visually pleasing is paramount. There are many things you can do to boost curb appeal, including projects as simple as painting the front door. Other tasks include adding attractive landscaping, ensuring pathways are well-lit, and performing regular maintenance on the roof and siding.

3. Bonus Spaces

Another item that's hot on potential home buyers' lists? A spare room! Because it's not set as a bathroom or bedroom, this extra space could be used for different purposes over time. Bonus rooms might end up as home offices, workout rooms, or kids' playrooms as your family's needs change throughout the years. These versatile, multifunctional spaces provide the flexibility home buyers are looking for in a home layout.

4. Smart Features

A recent survey conducted by Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate revealed something interesting about first-time home buyers. Today, budding homeowners are excited about smart home features. They want to be able to lock doors, adjust the thermostat, and turn on lights using voice commands or their smartphone while they're away. Smart technology helps automate basic tasks, which means you have one less thing to worry about

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