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Innovation in technology has created homeowner benefits that no one talks about. Insight into home planning starts with web applications. Most people plan their home renovation or new construction only considering the current family size and living arrangements that do not plan for retirement.
Why not think of some kind of "Universal or Lifetime" design.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
A design that fits young, middle-aged or empty nesters. A home, but design changes as the years go by enabling lifetime stability in life ...
Example - A bonus room design used to entertain young couples.
Example - Convert later teenage bonus room to a couple of bedrooms.
Example - The elderly can use a shelf at the door for packages, also better outdoor lighting to get you from your car to the door.
Focusing on the idea of staying in the same home for many years is difficult. But the facts are moving in that direction.
According to research from the American Association of Retired Persons:
The American Association of Retired Persons says nearly 90 percent of the elderly want to stay in their own homes as they age.
The National Association of Home Builders, NAHB predicts that the "aging in place" remodeling market will amount to $ 20-25 billion. That's about 10 percent of the home improvement industry with $ 214 billion.
WHEN YOU SHOULD BEGIN ORGANIZE THIS PLAN
Too early to believe that this should apply? Think about how many people struggle with the onset of arthritis at an early age. If you fell and broke a leg, how easy would it be to get up and down the house? Maybe you have an aging parent or relative who is facing these challenges that may need to move with you.
Innovation in technology now allows us to study all these different scenarios by using computer programs.
Imagine having a home that a particular residential area could enjoy as a nursery, then designed in a bedroom, then to an office or to a bonus room or other opportunities.
Primary consideration should remain to capture the view of your family 5, 10, 20, 30 years in the future.
Nothing is perfect, but planning and designing for the future is a huge step.
THIS IS WHERE TODAY'S TECHNOLOGY IS IMPORTANT .
In addition to normal construction technology such as computer systems, wireless, high speed internet etc.
We now have a number of easy-to-use personal home-built web apps.
From design apps to design apps to cost apps, let your imagination go wild. If you are going to spend 30 to 40 thousand on a remodel or 200,000 on a new home, you must spend $ 100 on a web app and remember that the planning insights start with designing web applications.