Housing architecture and styles are always fluctuating – but has COVID brought in new updates to the home that are here to stay?
Let’s take a look at some of the new requirements homeowners are needing before they sign on the dotted line.
Working from home means needing your own space; particularly, space where you can contribute to your online meetings. This space helps both the professional at home, or the student at home, focus and work when they need to.
This means an extra room is likely needed.
Homeowners are desiring bigger and better backyards. The extra yard space can help with keeping COVID guidelines of 6-feet apart while also entertaining! Some homeowners are more willing to forfeit a bigger house to instead have a larger backyard.
Think of these as your extra defense against germs. Homeowners are wanting an introductory room that would allow family members and guests to safely wash their hands before entering the main part of the home.
COVID has changed a lot about how we all live our lives, and it looks like the pandemic is continuing to shape how we think about our homes. Will these new features stick long after the pandemic is over?
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