It is easy to forget how important a logical floor plan is, until you find yourself wondering why you can’t hear the TV over the sound of the washing machine.
Not only does your home become frustrating to live in, but it can also turn-away renters if you own an investment and purchasers when you decide to sell.
Our partner in Property Education for over a decade and the Chairman of Property Investment Professionals of Australia, Peter ‘the Property Professor’ Koulizos, points out the key considerations when looking at a floor plan.
Whether you’re buying or building your next home, it pays to be wary of bad floor plans.
Some are downright terrible and easy to spot but others may appear without fault and by the time you realise, it is too late. While everyone has different requirements, these are some common floor plan flaws.