The end of the sentence is NOT priced right.
The end of the sentence is NOT constructed well.
The end of the sentence is NOT cleaned well.
The end of the sentence is "not very functional!"
While showing homes for sale in Viera, Florida my buyer clients looked at seven homes. Seven seems to be the a workable limit to prevent buyers from being overwhelmed at the end of the day.
And one common theme I heard my clients use to describe the homes was "functional."
How a buyer views the layout of your home is critical. The flow of space from room to room is very important.
As a seller you can control the cleanliness of your home. As a seller you can control its overall condition through preparation and maintenance. As a seller you can control the price.
But one thing you can't control once your home is on the market....how prospective buyers view its livability.
Functionality is something homeowners should take into consideration anytime an addition or change is in the works.
It does come into play when you sell.