There's not doubt about it, having a dishwasher makes life easier.
Clean up after meals can be so quick because you don't have to wash the dishes, you can simply put them away in the dishwasher, out of sight.
When I was growing up in a large family, washing and drying dishes was constant.
We had no dishwasher. We, the three youngest females, were the dishwashers...women's work.
There were two shifts for the washing of the dishes.
First shift was glasses, cups, then silverware.
Second shift was dishes, bowls, then pots and pans, and wiping down surfaces, sweeping floor.
Needless to say from the time I went on my own, I always tried to have a dishwasher in my home.
Even when I lived by myself I used that dishwasher. I would ensure I had enough dishware and utensils that would enable me to fill up a dishwasher before I put that appliance to work.
We had a listing once where the home owners had updated their kitchen a short time before they put their house on the market. Since the woman of the house enjoyed washing dishes by hand, for two people, they did not have a dishwasher as part of the kitchen upgrade. That detail, a house without a dishwasher, turned off some potential buyers. The house eventually did sell, but I bet it would have sold quicker if it had a dishwasher as part of the sale.