The well-informed homebuyer has a list of things that are important to them. As adults, we think about functionality, cost, location, amenities, and a myriad of other factors that kids couldn’t care less about. To get them on board with the purchase of your new home, and to avoid unnecessary fussing and complaining, it’s a good idea to know what your kids want in a house.
- High Velocity Mobility – One of the questions going through your child’s mind is, “How far can I run at full speed before running into something?” Fortunately, they don’t need actual dimensions, since testing those limits is most of the fun. However, they’re going to be looking for space to frolic.
- Hiding Places – Children love the fact that they can fit into places where