Younger purchasers as well as those in their 40s should consider what restaurants, entertainment, and nightlife they want to be close to, according to Dawkins.
The location is just as crucial as the contents of their home and how they will use it in their daily lives.
The twenties are a great time to start learning how to use real estate as a vehicle for wealth creation, according to Andy Piedra, a real estate broker with Veteran USAF.
For first-time homebuyers, the classic multifamily home or flexible spaces are excellent choices.
In general, Gen Zers who are in a position to purchase are seeking more inventive methods of homeownership, according to DiBugnara.
Younger buyers should think about whether they want to start a family or whether they plan to work hard and travel a lot, according to Dawkins.
According to Dawkins, people in their 60s and older prefer items with only one level because stairs can be dangerous.
According to Patel, retirees can also have more cash on hand to purchase a property than someone who is just starting a family.