Don’t Let These Factors Slip through the Cracks in Your Pursuit of Homes for Sale

The idea of a perfect home is different for everyone. Whether you’re single or with family, your needs will always be different from other homebuyers.

The same goes with style. Both your needs and personal style must come together when you are looking for a new home. It’s not just about finding a place that’s right in your price range. It’s about finding a house within your budget that you can easily see yourself living in.

The hunt can be overwhelming, but the trick is to carry along a checklist to make sure you end up with your ideal house. To help out, following are a number of non-negotiable factors worth considering when you are looking at various Dayton Ohio homes for sale.

Multi-Storied or Bungalow

Your vision of your new home may or may not involve stairways. If you choose a home of two or three levels, you’re afforded the luxury of designating specific usages for rooms throughout all levels. For instance, your bedroom can be on the second floor, while your office sits on the ground floor. At the same time, multi-level houses, by design, typically consume less ground space than one-story homes, which allows you plenty of gardening or lawn turf.

On the other hand, a bungalow is easier to clean and maintain, since it only has one story. Depending on the size, you may have to use some creativity when dividing the house into sectors serving your needs. Meanwhile, since bungalow-styled houses tend to occupy more ground space, you may have to sacrifice a large garden space. 

Number Of Rooms

When you are considering a house, you need to make sure it’s got the right number of rooms for all of your needs. For instance, if you have a large family, make sure everyone can have a bedroom in your new living space. Additionally, take a room count for other activities or usages that appeal to you or your family. This can include a home office, a study, laundry room, entertainment room, or playroom for children.


No matter how amenable the house itself is, living in your new home will be no fun if the neighborhood is intolerable. Is its location close enough to your office? Is it near the children’s schools? Is it near a supermarket or convenience store for those moments you need to suddenly restock? Ideally, moving somewhere new should mean you get to save on both time and gas if you’re driving.

The right house for you is out there. You just need to pay attention to these non-negotiable factors so you move into a space that feels like a home immediately. In fact, you can use this list to work with your exclusive buyer’s agent in narrowing down your list of choices. As a result, you can take charge of your new-home pursuit instead of letting it take charge of you.Lean on Buyer’s Corner Realty for more information on any of these tips and to discuss our exclusive buyer agent services. Call us today at 937-433-6838.

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