How Are Floor Plans Different in New Versus Traditional Homes?
If you’re planning on buying a home in Southern California one thing you will notice is that there is a significant difference in the floor plans of traditional homes that were built between 1970-1999 and newer homes that were built in the last 18 years.
How Are the Floor Plans Different?
When you tour an older detached home the floor plan will typically be broken up into rooms that include a kitchen, family room, living room and of course bedrooms.
What’s different about homes that have been built since the year 2000 is that these homes will typically have a kitchen that opens up into a family room or a “great room” and depending on the builder, the home may offer a living room, nook, or possibly a formal dining room as well.
Your Ideal Floor Plan Depends on Your Preference as A buyer
As with anything else that you might purchase in life, your ideal floor plan depends solely on your preference or taste as a buyer.
Even though open concept floor plans have been very popular over the recent years the reality is that there are some buyers who still prefer to have their home broken up into actual rooms instead of having an open concept floor plan or one great room for their living area.
Let the Fred Sed Group Help You Find Your Ideal Floor Plan
Thankfully, there are many traditional and newer homes for sale in the Southern California Real Estate market.
The key to success that will help you find the perfect home with the floor plan that you’re searching for is working with an agent who has access to all of the floor plans in SoCal and can identify the perfect home based on the floor plan of your choice.
At the Fred Sed Group, we have access to all of the floor plans in Southern California and can help you find a great home with your ideal floor plan.
To get started with searching for homes contact us today at (800) 921-9231 or connect with us online.