Virtual school for our Roseville area kids is changing homebuyer needs.
The National Education (NEA) stresses that students at home need to have spaces specifically devoted to conducting their schoolwork for their virtual school.”
With remote learning sweeping the nationthis academic year, organized spaces with enough room for kidsto learn effectively are high on buyer wish lists. Here are a few options to consider for your next home.
Virtual School is also impacting REALTORS
While out showing homes to clients this week, we enjoyed tip toeing around the owner’s sweet children, busily working on their schoolwork in different rooms.
Today, while working on a new listing, we discussed how we would do showings around those great kids’ school work.
Our world is definitely going through major changes in a variety of ways and we all need to take virtual school into account as we go about our work at home and as we help our clients deal with it or find good alternative options for them.
- With remote learning sweeping the nation this academic year, organized spaces with enough room for kids to learn effectively are high on buyer wish lists.
- If you’re trying to make room for your family’s growing needs, multi-purpose rooms and dedicated workspaces may be features to consider in your next home.
- When you are selling your home with good spaces for working on school work, be sure to tell your agent about that so we can make sure we share that information on the MLS.
- When you are selling your home, be sure to discuss with your agent your children’s study needs as you plan out how to do showings, including having a weekend open house with appointments only.
- Let’s connect today so you can find a home where your kids feel confident and comfortable too. And so we can get your home all ready to sell while still keeping your kids on task with their virtual school.