Everyone has their own unique sense of style and desires when it comes to buying a home.
What's a non-negotiable must-have to one homebuyer may be an unimportant feature to the next person. It makes it difficult for homeowners who are trying to sell their homes and for realtors alike to know what to fix up, prioritize and use as a selling point.
Luckily, there's some consistency among homebuyers as to what features they want the most.
In a new study, the National Association of Home Builders found what homebuyers want and don't want in a new home. The study surveyed nearly 4,500 recent and potential homebuyers across all four generations around the country.
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Cross-generationally, the most and least desired features seemed to stay somewhat the same, at least for the top three spots in each category. A general trend? Smart technology made several appearances in the top five most desired features for all four generations, as did a laundry room and exterior lighting.
For the least wanted features, an elevator and pet-washing station made the top five across all generations. Notably, a wine cellar was unimportant to every generation except millennials, perhaps because they are known to drink more wine than any other generation.
We rounded up the top 13 most desired features by homebuyers across all four generations below.
Click through to see what's highest in demand: