Regardless of the current state of the housing market, the process of selling a home is never without a degree of stress. There are so many moving parts when your goal is to sell your home that it can be hard to keep track of everything. Moreover, finding the right buyer can be a complete challenge in itself. The problem with making your home more attractive to potential buyers is that it can be difficult to know exactly what buyers are looking for. With the ever-changing trends regarding home décor and design, determining exactly what potential buyers want to see in a home can seem like an impossible task. However, even if you don’t know what changes you should make to make your home more attractive to potential buyers in terms of design and decor, there are some things that buyers want that are more on the expected side of things. Here are three things most buyers look for when they view a home. 1. Distinctive features For the most part, buyers will tour a number of potential properties before they are ready to make an offer. They want to see what kind of real estate is out there and what they can get for their money. As far as the seller is concerned, it can be difficult to make a home stand out from the crowd and leave a positive impression on potential buyers. For this reason, you should look for some notable features installed in your home. These features can make your home memorable in a good way and encourage buyers to make an offer. Things like swapping out your standard door for a contactless door can be enough to capture the attention of a potential buyer who comes to see your home and catches their eye. 2. More Usable Space In this day and age, buyers are no longer satisfied with settling in the minimum usable living space. Instead, buyers want as much space as possible for their money and may be willing to go out a bit out of their price range to get it. For this reason, you may be looking to turn your garage or loft into an additional living space. By making such a change, you can add a significant amount of value to your home and increase the potential for a quick sale. 3. Too Much Light When a home is poorly lit and does not receive much natural light in the main living quarters, potential buyers will be less inclined to consider making an offer. If your home is a bit on the dark side in terms of natural light, you should look into making some changes in this regard. You might consider swapping out exterior doors for doors that have a window. It may also be possible to add new windows to your home or at least increase the size of the windows you have now.