Friday, December 1, 2017

You Won't Believe How Many Property Developers Forget These Three Essentials

Building property to sell may seem like an enormous undertaking, but it stands to make you significant bucks. There’s no getting around the fact that land is much cheaper to buy than property. And, if you keep projects small enough, you won’t even have to spend much on building. As such, you’ll be able to rest easy that profit will soon come your way.

Of course, properties you build are only worth what people pay for them. To ensure you can sell, you’ll want to consider all the basics, such as location, room size, and outside space. These are standards which many buyers have come to expect from potential homes.


But, when meeting with your new home builders, you may focus so much on the above points that you forget some surprising essentials. To make sure that doesn’t happen, we’re going to look at the primary home features a shocking number of property developers fail to consider.

Windows




Windows should be obvious, right? So much so that you may forget to remember them. Lucky for you, your builders will probably notice this, even if you don’t. But, adding last-minute options may not cut it for the modern buyer. Many potential customers would turn away from a house they deemed too dark. In an age of open-plan living and feature windows, more is usually better. You should think about creating as much light as possible, especially in areas like the living room. A large bay window or even a window-wall is sure to go down well. And, in case you hadn’t guessed, it isn’t exactly possible to add these on at the end. So, make sure to consider this during the planning stages. It’ll save you time and money in the long run.

Plug sockets

We live in a world where technology plays a part in everything we do. As such, it would be a big mistake to forget plug sockets in your development. You would undoubtedly fail to appeal to the up and coming young professional. And, when it comes to potential, they’re always a safe bet. As such, you should make sure to provide plenty of sockets. If you think you have too many, you probably don’t have enough. It may also be worth keeping these above ground. While traditional options were always down low, many modern homes have higher plug sockets for easier access.

Fire escape



Though health and safety should be a priority for every property developer, fire escapes often fall under the radar. While this isn’t so crucial in standard home builds, those working with high-rise flats need to consider fire safety. This involves providing easy access to stairs, and also ensuring top apartments have access to outdoor fire escapes. As well as keeping you on the right side of the law, this ensures you don’t lose business due to safety fears. After the Grenfell disaster in the UK earlier this year, fire safety is on every tenant’s mind. And, it should be on yours too.

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