So the next thing you might think is that you don't want to change your awesome lifestyle in the heart of downtown in your micro apartment. Well….. that ship might have sailed with the current pandemic and social distancing rules. The new ship that will be arriving is called telecommuting and home living.
In a nutshell, what I’m saying is that a lot of the things that we as urban dwellers loved about living in the heart of the city might not be there for us in the way we had envisioned. Having a home that encompasses enough space to store, live and care for yourself is taking more of a central role in our home living considerations.
So, you need more space, but how much exactly? In a recent article I read from Realtor Magazine
, they referenced a market study that broke down what homeowners wish they could have or would have wanted to change about their current homes. I think it punctuates my point exactly.
* More space: 19%
* Updated kitchen: 13%
* Home gym: 11%
* Update the style/aesthetics: 9%
* More natural light: 9%
* Add a yard or patio: 9%
* Add a bathroom: 6%
It’s pretty clear that when you actually live in a space, work and home school, and not just arrive to sleep or buy takeout, you’re home needs become very different and the data reflects that.
Wow... We've spent quite a bit of time adjusting. This is all going to require A BIT more of adjusting, but we can do it. I'm pretty sure we can do it... Yeah, it's doable. Chin up!
Some of this seems straightforward of obvious. It's just when you are in the thick of it or in the middle of the storm, it can be hard to see. If you want to learn some more about this or are ready to make a change to more spacious/functional digs, message me
and I’ll get you squared away. We’re open and working and ready to help!