In real estate, we try to make sure that we fit the specific interior space with the lifestyle of the client. This way, we can rest assured this person would be absolutely happy with their property.
Believe it or not, in our brokerage, we want our clients to be 100% happy. 90% happy is not going to cut it. We want you to totally own the space, and this means that you get maximum fulfillment from all the interior space that you are buying.
And unfortunately, a lot of people focus on the price. They just focus on the price of a condo unit and they make their decision based purely on economic terms, and this leads to disappointment time and time again. Why? Well, it turns out you can store things in a very limited way in their interior space.
Now, you may be thinking that this is a small detail. Why don’t they just buy some sort of drawer? Why don’t they just get the right furniture?
Well, the problem is, the floor plan is cut up in such a way that if they do that, their enjoyment of their interior space suffers greatly. They feel stuck. They feel that they are held for ransom. And all this emotional trauma, at a very subdued level, eats into their enjoyment of their property.
I know this sounds overly dramatic, you might even be thinking that I’m just blowing things out of proportion, but this happens all the time. If you feel frustrated, it may be due to your environment. It may not have anything to do with your work, it may not have anything to do with the quality of your relationships, and have everything to do with your interior living space. Believe it or not, real estate plays a major role in our happiness and well being than we care to admit.
A lot of people are completely clueless regarding this and it really is too bad. And if you only chose to be more proactive as far as your interior spaces are concerned, you can go a long way in eventually making yourself happier. Funny how that works, right?
Well, here’s one thing you can do. You can store things using flush or well-designed furniture. For example, if you live in a very small space, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to get a new piece of furniture. You can just work with the existing furniture that you have and strategically cut into them to create storage space. You can store things in these new spaces. The only limit, really, is your imagination.
If you don’t believe me, go to Facebook. Seriously. Load up video upon video of people living in Hong Kong and you will be blown away by how creative they are in storing stuff. It really all boils down to peace of mind. So if you are able to clear up clutter by storing things the right way, your real estate choices will not come back to haunt you. That’s the bottom line.
Take control of your life. Be proactive. Roll up your sleeves and look at your living condition and say to yourself: How can I step things up? How can I go to the next level? How can I take full ownership of this interior space so my personality spreads all over so that I fully own this place?
That’s how you live a full life. That’s how you make sure that your real estate choices help your life instead of subtly working against it. This happens all the time. We’ve been in the real estate game for decades and we know that this is real. Don’t become another victim of it. Store things the right way.