4 Rooms have consistently ruled the decision-making process over the past 20 years. If one of these rooms is not up to par, most buyers will either walk away or submit low ball offers.
A well-designed kitchen is the most important feature in a home. If you think the cabinets and appliances are the most important elements within the kitchen, you would be incorrect. The most important element? The work triangle layout of the refrigerator, stove and sink. Functionality is the most important feature in a kitchen!
#2 MASTER BEDROOM
A spacious room with luxury features is the second most important room in a home. Luxury can include flooring, ceiling height, fireplace, ceiling fan, room with a view and location of the room itself. This room is often the Sanctuary for many homeowners, and if the room is too small or is located right next to a busy location in the home, many potential buyers will walk away.
#3 MASTER BATHROOM
Dual sinks plus a separate toilet room are very important for many homeowners. Many potential buyers dream of a spa-like environment, but the most important element is functionality.
This is where many builders get it wrong. There is a huge difference between a 2-car garage and a 2.5 car garage. Most homeowners need storage space and the most popular place is the use of the garage. Too small, and a potential buyer will walk away. The garage space can never be too big. Depth of the garage and height are the two most important elements in a garage. Many homeowners will utilize air space for storage. Tall ceilings are perfect for this.
Every room is important, but a well-designed kitchen, spacious Master Suite, functional Master Bathrooms and garage size will ensure a higher property value than neighboring homes without these important elements.