Five Features Women Look for in a New Home
It’s no secret that men and women have different priorities when shopping for a new home. Here’s a look at five features that are popular with women.
A man may be king of the castle, but a woman rules when it comes to buying a new home. In fact, women are a major influence in 91% of all new homes purchased. If you want to make the sale, learn what matters most to your female clients.
Women are busy and have little time to organize. They want a closet where everything is organized and easy to find. A spacious closet with built-in storage is the perfect way to tame clutter.
Kids love them, and that makes bath time easier for Mom. Jetted tubs offer a luxurious yet affordable retreat after a busy day.
WHERE they live matters more to women than the size of the house. A charming, small house in the perfect location trumps a rambling house in the wrong area.
Feeling safe is a high priority for female homebuyers, especially if they’re single. A home with security features is very desirable because it provides peace of mind.
A place to hang out.
Whether it’s gathering around a kitchen island or chilling out in a family room, women crave comfortable spaces where they can gather with friends and family.
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