According to recent articles, walk in closets continue to be a top priority for home buyers. Read the articles now and learn ways you can increase your property's value with Organized Living custom closet designs.
Home buyers continue to demand storage and organization. In fact, studies indicate that it is a top priority and that home buyers are willing to spend more on a home withe these "must-have" features.
Here are four recent articles that highlight the importance of walk in closets for home buyers. Read them to learn how you can increase your property's wow factor with organized Living closet systems.
Forbes.com; 5 Things Home Buyers Want in 2013 - Gen X & Gen Y home buyers, the largest growing group of new home buyers, are rewriting the rules of traditional home ownership. According to Zillow, an online real estate database, a walk in closet is a must-have on their wish list. Some homeowners are even paring down a four-bedroom home to three by transforming one bedroom into an oversized walk in closet.
USAToday.com; 11 home features buyers will pay extra for - When it comes to certain interior features, many are willing to spend thousands of dollars above the price of the home to have them included. According to Errol Samuelson, president of Realtor.com, 60% of home buyers today are willing to pay more for a home with a walk in closet in the master bedroom.
Realtor.org; A recent NAR (National Association of Realtors) study uncovered top amenities for homebuyers. A walk in closet in the master bedroom was the third most common feature on which buyers would spend more. Sixty percent of buyers who did not purchase a home with a walk in closet are willing to pay $1,350 more for a home with this feature.
Trulia, an online residential real estate site for home buyers, surveyed a group of first time home buyers to select every amenity that would make them “fall in love” with a home. Second on their list was a master walk in closet!