As you get ready to list your home for sale, you're likely considering a wide range of projects and upgrades that will make your house more desirable. While fresh coats of paint, new flooring, and other similar changes can all be positive, you might also wish to think about installing a bathroom in the basement. Many homes don't have this feature, but those who do are often highly coveted by a wide range of buyers. The bathroom doesn't have to have a tub; even a toilet, sink, and shower can be enough to attract interest. Here are some buyers who will view this feature as favorable.
People Who Work From Home
Those who work from home will often set up
A large family with multiple children can often need to get creative when browsing houses for sale. Many houses have two or three bedrooms, but a four-child family won't likely find this space enough. To this end, some large families will want to convert
People Who Have Big Parties
People who enjoy hosting large gatherings often evaluate the features of the homes for sale in their area. A basement bathroom might not have an immediate link with this type of homeowner, but this space can be desirable. If alcohol is served at the buyer's gatherings, some people may consume too much and sleep over for the night — and a