Information & data gathered from Wall St. Journal

When buying a home, the main priority is location. Buyers look into the neighborhood, the school district and the difficulty of the commute to work. After those needs are met, they will consider the inside features of the home.

Using data from the National Association of Realtors, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed these features that the most homeowners were willing to pay more for.


Fireplace

⬆️ Percentage of home buyers willing to pay more: 40%

💰 Amount willing to pay extra: $1,400


Granite Countertops

⬆️ Percentage of home buyers willing to pay more: 55%

💰 Amount willing to pay extra: $1,620


Eat-In kitchen

⬆️ Percentage of home buyers willing to pay more: 40%

💰 Amount willing to pay extra: $1,770


Walk-in Master Closet

⬆️ Percentage of home buyers willing to pay more: 60%

💰 Amount willing to pay extra: $1,350


Stainless Steel Appliances

⬆️ Percentage of home buyers willing to pay more: 41%

💰 Amount willing to pay extra: $1,850


Kitchen Island

⬆️ Percentage of home buyers willing to pay more: 48%

💰 Amount willing to pay extra: $1,370


En Suite Master Bath

⬆️ Percentage of home buyers willing to pay more: 49%

💰 Amount willing to pay extra: $2,030


Hardwood Floors

⬆️ Percentage of home buyers willing to pay more: 54%

💰 Amount willing to pay extra: $2,080


Central Air Conditioning

⬆️ Percentage of home buyers willing to pay more: 69%

💰 Amount willing to pay extra: $2,520



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