Knowing Your Home’s Selling Points And Unique Features

Almost every home has the same selling points or unique features, but in order to create a best selling home, you need to know what these are and how to market them. This blog post provides a list of the most common features offered by homes that are popular with buyers on the market today.

Here are tips on how to know your home’s selling points and unique features.

  1. Location

People want to live in the best areas. If you’ve already visited your neighborhood and know what’s popular and what areas are in decline, you can focus your marketing efforts on those hot spots. You can see more here

  1. Size

The size of a home is important because buyers want a compact yet spacious home that doesn’t take a lot of time to clean or maintain. They don’t mind sacrificing square footage so long as it has enough room for them to move around comfortably.

  1. Builder

A new generation of home buyers is keen on buying homes built by the same builder who built their dream home. If you have a builder that has been in business for 30 years and is known for offering quality products, you’ll be more likely to sell your home than a house that was built by someone else.

  1. Style

People buy homes that fit into the style of their neighborhood, not just any house. If you have a Mid-Century Modern home in a neighborhood that is filled with Mediterranean homes, your home will stick out like a sore thumb. When you know the style of the homes in your neighborhood, you’ll be able to market your home better.

  1. Decorating

Most buyers prefer well-decorated homes where they can bring their own furniture and design it the way they want to. If you have a minimalistic style or a home that is so cluttered with furniture that it feels uncomfortable, you might lose potential buyers.

  1. Amenities

Many buyers are more interested in living in an area where they can take advantage of the amenities nearby rather than possibly having to settle for less. If you live in a gated community, you can market your home as “being right on the beach” which is something most of those who buy homes on the water want to hear.

  1. Pool

Buyers go crazy for homes that have a pool and it’s no surprise. A great pool area is one of the best selling points in today’s market. If your lot is small, you can add a second pool to your home, but keep it small and do not expect buyers to pay extra money to have a more expansive indoor swimming area.