Oct 9, 2015

Listed below are a number of suggestions for you to consider in your next home. From house and land packages to custom built homes, knowing these few design features will help you to narrow down the results.

1. Square Meterage

Most homes are measured in square meters. This helps to give both builders and homebuyers an at-a-glance measurement of how big the home’s living space is. The more space that you and your family needs, the higher this number will be. Learn what your own home’s size is in square meters (or “sqm”). Keep this number in mind when looking at other properties and when conversing with home builders.

2. Number of Rooms

The number of rooms that you need will vary from family to family. If you have a lot of kids, you will need more bedrooms. If you don’t have many kids, or any, then you will need much fewer bedrooms in your next home. If you prefer to have some extra space to do work, a place to relax or a dedicated space to focus on projects and hobbies, having an extra room or two may be worthwhile.

3. Garage Space

Garage space is pretty easy to determine. For most, the number of vehicles one owns is how many garage spaces you’ll need. However, some families can use a larger garage to use as additional storage or as a workspace.

4. Yard space

How much yard space you need will depend on your lifestyle and how many kids you have. Some families don’t spend a lot of time outdoors and therefor won’t need a lot of yards pace to utilise. While a good looking yard can help to improve your home’s curb appeal, it can be more maintenance work if you’re not expressly interested in a yard. Alternatively, if you have kids or enjoy the outdoors, having a home with plenty of yard space may be a large factor of picking out an ideal home.

5. Types of Doors and Windows

When shopping and browsing around, learn what kind of doors and windows that you want. This will either help you narrow down your search results as you consider house and land packages. If you decide to build, you’ll have a pretty good idea starting off on what kind of windows or doors to install.

6. Wall Colours

When building, you can figure out what kinds of colours you want in your home. As you’re looking around, determine what looks best for you and your family.

If you’re looking to move into a new home, house and land packages can be a great option for new and veteran home buyers alike. Perry Homes has a variety of house and land packages, among other home building options that you can utilise. Give us a call with any questions or special requests!

Listed below are a number of suggestions for you to consider in your next home. From house and land packages to custom built homes, knowing these few design features will help you to narrow down the results.

 

1. Square Meterage

Most homes are measured in square meters. This helps to give both builders and homebuyers an at-a-glance measurement of how big the home’s living space is. The more space that you and your family needs, the higher this number will be. Learn what your own home’s size is in square meters (or “sqm”). Keep this number in mind when looking at other properties and when conversing with home builders.

 

2. Number of Rooms

The number of rooms that you need will vary from family to family. If you have a lot of kids, you will need more bedrooms. If you don’t have many kids, or any, then you will need much fewer bedrooms in your next home. If you prefer to have some extra space to do work, a place to relax or a dedicated space to focus on projects and hobbies, having an extra room or two may be worthwhile.

 

3. Garage Space

Garage space is pretty easy to determine. For most, the number of vehicles one owns is how many garage spaces you’ll need. However, some families can use a larger garage to use as additional storage or as a workspace.

 

4. Yard space

How much yard space you need will depend on your lifestyle and how many kids you have. Some families don’t spend a lot of time outdoors and therefor won’t need a lot of yards pace to utilise. While a good looking yard can help to improve your home’s curb appeal, it can be more maintenance work if you’re not expressly interested in a yard. Alternatively, if you have kids or enjoy the outdoors, having a home with plenty of yard space may be a large factor of picking out an ideal home.

 

5. Types of Doors and Windows

When shopping and browsing around, learn what kind of doors and windows that you want. This will either help you narrow down your search results as you consider house and land packages. 

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