Everyone knows that selling your home is one of the most stressful experiences in life, especially when the market isn’t full of people looking to buy. So how can you make your home more attractive to the elusive Millennial, add value to your property and make it more likely to sell? Recent research has shed some light on the most coveted Millennial homeowner items.
If you take a quick browse on some of the top Instagram home accounts, it’s no surprise that a kitchen island is lusted after by 44 per cent of Millennial homebuyers. Also highly ranked are smart appliances and patio doors. The colour of choice for a kitchen is also white, according to the survey.
So if you already have a big open-plan kitchen with patio doors leading to the back, great! If not, grabbing a pot of white paint and investing in a coffee machine and appliances before your home buyers survey Essex could help!
In the bedroom, the most important feature for Millennials was an en-suite, closely followed by a walk-in wardrobe. Both white and grey were the top colours of choice. A four-poster bed is where a Millennial aims to rest their head, whilst throw cushions were also noted as a must to create the dream bedroom look.
The ideal Millennial living room sounds truly delightful. Relaxing on a corner sofa, in front of a smart TV and roaring open fire would be the ideal scenario, preferably with a luxury rug on the floor. Cosy! Ideal Home also notes that a chunky knit blanket on your sofa or chair is also a must to finish off the look.
Whilst looking at trends is important, don’t panic if you don’t have the exact Millennial requirements according to surveys. The only true way to know the value of your home is through having a survey completed. When it comes to getting a home buyers survey Essex has various companies that can do it for you.
Interior design choices change over time, meaning that certain looks can become dated quickly. Keep an eye on the styles and desires of the market your home is suited too and where you can make small adjustments. We’re sure you’ll have some interior design fun in the process too.