(PRWEB) August 19, 2005
Not so long ago architects, designers and real-estate brokers alike were in the business of just offering an average home product to average people.
By sticking to clichÃ©d sales mantras such as Âdon't give your customers more than they know they want,Â the industry produced homes that all looked the sameÂvoid of inspiration, personality, and any sense of style besides. Real estate professionals used to operate under the assumption that their twenty to thirty-something customers believed that Âless-is-moreÂ when it came to the subject of home amenities.
But, as it turns out, recent studies have revealed that twenty-something's have been energized by the belief that high-tech conveniences and extra amenities are worth paying for.
The popularity of Home and Garden Television and shows such as ÂExtreme Makeover,Â ÂTrading SpacesÂ and their imitators have transformed the very idea of a home space in the minds of many of the younger would-be home buyers entering the nation's realty marketplace. The result has been a boom in the availability of bigger, tech-driven, design-oriented homes. Those of us born between 1965 and 1979 are redefining what the phrase "comforts of home" means.
We're saying hello to, wireless connectivity and media rooms, and goodbye to just plain living rooms and the brokers at http://www.DreamTown.com are dedicated to catering to our needs.
About Dream Town:
Dream Town's team of exceptional and experienced staff of brokers have dedicated themselves to matching Chicagoan's with diverse tastes and lifestyles up with the high-rise condominium, new construction loft-space or urban single-family home that's one-hundred percent perfect for them. So, feel free to contact them at: 312-242-1000 for more information or to make an appointment to drop by their Chicago offices located at 1950 North Sedgwick in Lincoln Park for their web site http://www.dreamtown.com.