What is Amenity?
An amenity is an attribute of a property that gives more value for potential buyers or tenants. These attributes set the price and value in the market. Prospective buyers or tenants that will be attracted to different properties depend on these traits.
The phrase can refer to features of a single-family home that homeowners include in a real estate listing to bring potential buyers or renters. In a commercial setting, amenities can be part of a more advanced marketing strategy to bring tenants or other buyers of the property. Brokers tend to list ranging from the most fundamental features to the less essential but all are attractive factors that may catch the eye of a potential buyer. For most buyers, location is the most crucial part of buying a property. Besides that, the building style, floor space and the number of bedrooms or bathrooms can decide whether a buyer looks further into a building to purchase or not. There are some amenities for other buyers that are more important than the ones described above.
These amenities are usually in the four most important rooms of a residence: the kitchen, the bedroom, the dining room, and the bathrooms. Kitchen tools are particularly compelling selling equipment. Homeowners who invest in these four rooms usually get the highest return on investment when selling the home. Beside those primary areas, buyers typically look for other amenities such as other functional rooms like a study, office or a workout room.