After a decade
of 'bigger is better,' Texas luxury homeowners and buyers have redefined what
they want out of a high-end home.
The movement to a more tech-savvy
home marks a drastic shift in the perception of the homebuyer referring to a
recent Better Homes and Gardens real estate survey containing responses from
500 luxury homebuyers and their values when it comes to homeownership.
High-end homebuyers would rather
have ultra-comfortable, high-tech homes rather than simple square footage.
Homebuyers want to be able to
connect with their home through their smartphone, using an application to
control the temperature in the house, check on security, or open a gate
buyer is more focused on nice amenities in the home, they want a reasonably
sized home with nice upgrades and amenities, here is a survey sampling from
Better Homes and Gardens real estate of what the luxury homebuyer really wants:
percent of luxury homebuyers interviewed for the survey believe owning a
home is a better investment than the stock market.
percent of employed buyers say a home is a reflection of their jobs
homebuyer wants multiple homes, such as a ski chalet or city apartment, to
want amenities, such as living in a particular neighborhood, a shorter
commute, or access to dining and entertainment.
Author:Go 2 Girls Realty Phone: 469-443-6537 Dated: October 7th 2013 Views: 1,592 About Go 2 Girls: Whether you are looking to find the perfect home, or buying and selling real estate to build your pr...
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