I'd love to get your opinion on a couple of new-construction spec home choices. What are the new-home construction trends in your area?
If you were building a zero-lot line single family residence for mainstream buyers in the $600-800 range, which items would you pass on that were once popular in the same community early 2000's?
I'm absolutely certain we no longer need built in entertainment centers.
What about a technology hotspot for your multiple devices -- yea or nay?
Door on the room in your master bath for a private toilet? Keep in mind this area is only big enough for you and the toilet, about 5 feet in length.
What about the garden tub and master shower combination, separate from each other. There isn't another tub in the house, either. The floor plan has two bedrooms, with two bathrooms, and a powder room for company. Both bathrooms have showers, and the master has the garden tub. Outdated?
Kitchen counters with the raised bar area for sitting and eating. This plan has an area open to the dining room as well as great room, but not an eat in kitchen. So -- breakfast bar or counters all one level?
Last question -- In Tucson, hardwood is not always a popular choice due to our weather, sand, heat....often our flooring is ceramic or porcelein tile, slate, travertine. Early 2000, diagonally placed larger square tiles were big. I've noticed many newer homes are going with subway style laid tile versus the wood look ceramic planking. What do you think personifies 2019 for flooring choices?
Please share your opinions in the comments below!!! Thanks!