When purchasing a new home, it can be difficult to decide how big you need it to be. This is not only in the square footage but also the number of rooms and bedrooms you will need. Today, we’ll look at things you should consider when determining what number of bedrooms you may need in your new home.
Whose all Moving in?
For starters, think about the number of people initially moving into the new home. Is it just one person? Is it you and a spouse? The initial people moving into a new home is a good starting point when considering how many bedrooms to have.
Will You Have Guests?
If you are living alone or you have a family, you’ll want to consider whether or not a guest room is needed. Do you have adult children who live on their own and come to visit? Do you have relatives that come to town for extended stays? You must consider your friends and family and whether their visitation warrants having a guest room.
Are you Expanding your Family?
When buying a new home, especially if you are a new couple, you’ll want to consider if you are going to raise a family. This will help you decide if you need extra bedrooms and potentially how many. Planning ahead always makes life easier.
Do you Need a Home Office or Art Space?
Some people may work from home. In these cases, it could be nice to get an extra room as a home office. An extra room in the home can be great for doing arts, crafts and other hobbies. You’ll want to take this in consideration when determining the number of rooms you want in your home.
If you are looking into buying a new home and you are searching the the greater Encinitas California area, I’d be happy to help you on your journey. New home buying is an exciting process and guidance from an expert can help reduce the stress. Call or email me today to learn more.