The playbook for selling high-end luxury Bahamas real estate—or any real estate for that matter—is evolving with time. Just a few years ago, all you needed to sell a luxury home in the Bahamas Islands was proximity to the beach and astronomical square footage. But the demographics of buyers have changed over the years, from affluent retirees to young tech millionaires and millennials looking for a remote working haven.
So, what do today's homebuyers want in a house? Here's what our agents have observed.
Smart home integration is no longer a luxury. It's now a necessity in many homes. However, in luxury homes, home automation takes on new meaning. The smart home-focused buyer wants a seamless living experience, from wireless security to programmable thermostats and intelligent water management systems.
The aim is to create simple, enjoyable experiences tailored to each buyer's needs. This, of course, goes beyond mere voice automation. Buyers are looking for homes that are always ready to respond to their needs.
Hobby Rooms and Luxe Entertainment Rooms
The most luxurious homes always seem to have spaces curated to specific tastes, from art studios and meditation rooms to specially cooled rooms designed to preserve old books. That said, it's important to appeal to a wide variety of tastes when listing among Nassau and Paradise Island homes for sale. In this case, you can't go wrong with installing wine rooms, infinity pools, or an outdoor cabana. Buyers also love game rooms and theater rooms with built-in wet bars or even fully-equipped kitchens.
Are you planning to put your Bahamas home on the market? Work with a real estate agent who can get it right from the get-go. Contact us to get started. From marketing aimed at attracting the kind of buyers you want to the negotiations and closing, we do it all.