Younger home buyers who are tech savvy and mobile in nature have certain expectations when looking to buy a home:
They are thinking green
Gen Y (or Echo Boomers who were born from the early 1980s to early 2000s) desire green features in their homes. They appreciate efforts made to reduce their carbon footprint as well as lower utility bills. (Energy-efficient windows and appliances are desirable.) Read more about green features here, here and here.
These home buyers prefer tech-friendly homes. Conveniently located USB ports, as well as thermostat and security controls via mobile apps will catch their attention. See a sample of such a thermostat here.
Younger buyers seek spaces that will serve their needs. Can they easily transform a room into a home gym, game room or office? They definitely want a place to enjoy their large-screen television and surround sound.
Smaller and open spaces
Manageable, smaller spaces are desired, and some younger buyers also seek one-floor living. They also prefer open space floor plan concepts in their homes.
Ready to move in
DYIers? Not so much for these home buyers. They prefer ready-to-move-in homes.