Really, What is Your Buyer's "Must Have"...

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty-California Coast Property Group

If you click this link from February of this year, you'll see what tends to be on the list of the "must haves" in buyer choices when selecting a home.

http://finance.yahoo.com/real-estate/article/108701/the-10-must-have-features-in-todays-new-homes.html;_ylt=AhdKsJzXvGz9U4lFWkQ0Y8Vfo9IF;_ylu=X3oDMTE1NXZodTExBHBvcwM4BHNlYwNyZV9zZWN0aW9uBHNsawMxMG11c3QtaGF2ZWY-?mod=realestate-homeimprove

If you were purchasing a home in Camarillo, Oxnard, or Ventura, California...what would be the single most "must have"?

For me it would be the updated kitchen....then, pocketbook willing, I'd have a killer ocean view!

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Robert May
Verico Canada First Mortgage/ Rainbow Realty - Lethbridge, AB
Real Estate Expert & Mortgage Broker- Lethbridge

I wonder if buyer wants will change as the economy causes everyone to re-evaluate their priorities and finances.  It will be interesting to see the same data a year later.

Aug 12, 2010 09:42 PM #1
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Sheila Rasak
Keller Williams Realty-California Coast Property Group - Camarillo, CA

Robert,

There's been a lot of articles to that very extent and yes, Americans seem to be getting the fact that "less is more".  That being said, you can still have granite counter tops, nice appliances, a master bath tub that is oval and roomy, making your house a home.

Aug 12, 2010 11:06 PM #2
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