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When we were looking to rent a home it was hard to go and look at every one. Thanks to websites out there like vr real estate we were able to see the inside of the homes and apply before even walking in.
(not our home)
When we were looking we saw some really awesome places and some that weren’t great. I still thought it was great that we were able to see pictures and videos of the homes because we didn’t have to drive all the way down to the location and waste our time and the person trying to rent it.
This is not my kitchen but is a dream kitchen of mine. Even though we are happy with the place we are renting right now I know at some point we will move in a home that we can call ours. I would love a big kitchen with a nice island that has lots of room for entertaining. It is just a dream right now, but thanks to virtual tours I can see what our future will hold.
Places like Render 3D Quickly use technology that provides everyone with an awesome experience of homes without having to leave their current ones. You can even change what you see to design your own home. Technology these days is just amazing. The images are clear and crisp and it can be kind of addicting to check out all of the places available.
If I was to design my dream home I would have a huge backyard that was large enough to build a small ride on trains for my kids and their friends. I would have a large kitchen that I would be able to entertain guests and make better youtube videos. I would have a large finished basement with a train layout and a place to play pool. I would have a super organized laundry room with an area for folding the clothes as well. I would have an office, a guest room, a large bedroom for my husband and I and a bedroom for each of my boys. I would have a closed patio because mosquitos are the worst! My dream home would also consist of a den and a dining area. I can’t forget the bathroom. My bathroom would have a huge bathtub and space to at least spin around in a circle without hitting the wall. Chicago has the smallest bathrooms I swear…..but New York definitely wins the small space award.
What would your dream home look like?