Home Design in Arizona: Renovate or Relocate? – Part 2

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home_design_in_arizonaGiven the economic turbulence of the past several years, homeowners are looking to home design in Arizona rather than moving to a new house.  It’s been a catch-22 for many homeowners.  They want to upgrade so they have new space and features that better meet their requirements.  Falling home prices and interest rates make buying a new home enticing.

Popular Options for Home Design in Arizona

The following are some ideas to turn your existing house into your dream home:

  • Room Additions.  If you plan to stay in your house for a longer period of time, you may find it worthwhile to add a room if you need more space.  Trendy home design in Arizona includes outdoor living spaces, bedrooms, baths, in-law suites and offices.
  • Room Remodels.  Kitchens and baths are prime candidates for new home design in Arizona.  Master baths are moving to more spa-like rooms.  Kitchens are being upgraded for better entertaining.  These two rooms represent a main driver for homeowners to move to a new house.  However, a sound analysis can be conducted to demonstrate the lifestyle and financial advantages.
  • Exterior Upgrades.  Curb appeal is always a motivator for home design in Arizona.  Renovating entry ways is a common choice to enhance how a home looks.  Adding enhancements to the home’s design with special architectural features is also an option.

With a depressed real estate market, it’s challenging to sell your home and get a good return on your investment.  Instead, an increasing number of homeowners are opting to renovate their existing homes.  They believe a remodeling investment is smarter given current market conditions.  And when the market recovers, they better positioned to make money if they choose to sell.

For additional home design in Arizona information, contact Republic West Remodeling today and ask us about our Dream Assurance Plan.

Scott Wallace Scott Wallace (757 Posts)

Scott Wallace has a passion for design and architecture. He founded Habitat Renovations as an offshoot of his two furniture store businesses, Thingz Contemporary Living and Boulevard Urban Living, with the goal of providing a broader range of design and construction services to his clientele. Scott and his wife Susie have been serving homeowners in the Scottsdale and Phoenix area for 15 years. Habitat Renovations merged with Republic West Remodeling in January of 2019.

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