By all accounts, remote working is here to stay. In fact, according to a survey by McKinsey & Co (a research institute), 58% of workers say they can work at home at least part of the time. So, highlighting the remote working potential of your listing can be a major selling point.
One thing you can do is stage your home by creating a home office space of some kind. It doesn’t have to take up an entire room. It could simply be a nook with a desk and chair. Just be sure the space looks comfortable and functional. If possible, add shelves. And make sure the lighting is adequate for working.
A buyer will see the space and imagine themselves spending hours working there. So, the more pleasant and attractive you make the area, the better. Consider adding a couple of plants and other attractive decor.
If you have an existing home office, declutter it as much as possible and remove personal items. The desk should be clear of papers, files and other items. Also, take down any diplomas and certificates hanging on the wall. You want buyers to picture themselves working there, not you!
By highlighting the remote working potential of your home, you can make it more appealing to buyers looking for a functional and flexible space to work.