As an agent, you are going to want to know what your clients really want when they are looking for their forever home; maybe that is something as simple as having a large kitchen, or having a stand up shower in the master! Before getting their price range, and what area they plan on living in, find out the small details that are really going to make homes you have to show stick out versus the ones that do not have small details. According to realtor.com more than half of home buyers are looking for a three bedroom home, and seventy-five percent of home buyers are looking for a two bedroom condo. Not only focusing on every day home buyers, start getting together a list of homes you can show to your investor that would be good flip properties, and good rentals. Working with investors is proactive not only because you will get the commission from representing them, you will also get a referral fee if they decide they want to transfer it over to a property management company. When you are putting together your lists of properties, make sure you are looking for key things like large back yards, garages, and upgraded kitchen appliances; also make sure you are looking at homes with easily maintained landscaping, no one wants to buy a home and have to have the entire front and back yard re landscaped. When focusing on what you clients want, take into consideration what life style they plan to live, if they are a couple with little kids, they might want a bigger back yard for them to play in, if they are an older couple they might want a porch to sit and drink their morning coffee on! According to realtor.com the most desired room in the home is the kitchen. When pulling homes for your clients check to see if the kitchen is either already upgraded, or if upgrades would not be a pain to do. The most desired home style in the Las Vegas area is modern; having beautiful flooring and stainless steel appliances will try turn your home buyers on to the home before they even see the entire home. The top goal when shopping for a home is privacy; in the new homes being built in the Las Vegas area, majority of them are built 5 feet apart, with no back yard, and rarely have a front yard. Forty Five percent of home buyers are looking for a home with a stretch from their neighbors. What is motivating people across the Las Vegas area to buy homes in 2017 are family desires; sometimes that means they have just gotten married, got a pet, or even had a baby. Not only are those things motivating people to buy and sell, people are also moving to be closed to the school they want their kid to go to, or to be closer to their work. All in all, when you are putting together your list of things your buyer or seller is looking for, getting the little details they want for their next home buy is very important.