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Today's post about what Millennial buyers are looking for in San Francisco condos comes from Rachael. Read on for a fresh view point.
I've always found it interesting in what "does it" for buyers. Everyone has specific wants and needs, and every home has its pros and cons. With the market where it is, and current interest rates, I though I'd take a look.
In one of the "case studies" I asked my friend, a male in his mid-late 30s, single, working in financing on Market Street what his top 3 non-negotiables were (aside from his price range, which is obviously a large factor." He responded with:
- washer & dryer in unit
- a view
It makes sense, but I found it interesting that he felt that he needed to have a view. Turns out, with my finds in the city at least, it's not all that uncommon to find views high on the criteria list for buyers. When I asked another group of my friends what their top wants and needs would be, they responded with:
- washer and dryer
- garbage disposal and dishwasher
- hardwood floors
- newer furnishings
- sound control
- good light
- and of course -- views!
They all agreed they'd be comfortable with an HOA fee between $300-$600/month, including utilities.
If you are a millennial buyer, or have talked with some, what are your top 3 non-negotiables in potential properties? I'm interested to know!
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