1. Floor Plans Allow You to Communicate Visually
In a way, we’re all visual learners, especially when it comes to buying a home. Real estate agents have long understood the value of real estate photography. We know that home buyers want a glimpse into the property. However, home buyers are becoming more savvy with each passing year. Many understand that while a home’s current décor may make it look nice, the real value of the home is in the “bones.”
Floor plans give homeowners the information they are looking for about the home’s structure, layout, and other “bones.” Not only can a floor plan tell homeowners how many bedrooms and bathrooms the property has, but it can also allow them to see the size and location of these rooms, in a way that photos can’t express.
In our digital age, few buyers will go to an open house to get this information. Instead, they expect to make their initial judgment about the suitability of a home’s layout well ahead of time, based on the information you provide to them in the listing or other marketing materials. A floor plan can give buyers the information they need to make an offer, not just consider your listing.