New Jersey Homes of the Future

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Classic Group

Fortune TellerWhat will New Homes in New Jersey look like in 2015?  According to a National Association of Homebuilder's Study , new homes will be smaller, greener, and more casual.  We'll give up our formal living room for a larger family room, which will be a greater open space including the kitchen and perhaps an informal dining area.  We may even forfeit the formal dining room altogether.   I'm also seeing buyers who want a first floor bedroom and full bath for many reasons.  Baby boomers don't want to navigate stairs.  In this economy, Generation X and Y are having the challenge of adding mortgage payments to their already tight budgets, so they sometime opt to buy a home with their aging parents.  They want homes that will  accommodate all three generations.  There's even a special name for these buyers: Sandwich Generation .

If you plan to sell your New Jersey Home in the next five years, keep in mind that these are some of the features buyers of the future will want.  If you were planning to update or remodel, consider creating more open space in your floor plan, expand your first floor half bath to a full bath, or maybe covert that formal living room to a first floor bedroom. Whether you are ready or not, don't make a move until you've read my free 50+ page comprehensive market evaluation of your home! It shows you where the market is and why, as well as where the market is going, so you can make a well informed decision on whether you may want to sell or stay. Order your copy today at NJNeighborhoodSales.com . Also, see how I successfully market and sell homes fast at: HomeSellerBrochure.com. Call me today at (908) 537-6596.

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