Relative terms: Open concept

Today’s relative real estate term is “open concept”. Often when real estate agents, buyers, or sellers refer to a home as having an open concept floor plan they mean that specific rooms, such as the kitchen, dining room, or living room are not separated by walls. Sometimes home owners will have part or all of a wall removed in an existing house to create the feel of an open, or at least partially open, floor plan.

However, people do not always share the same understanding of what an open concept floor plan truly entails. For this reason, communication between buyers, sellers, and agents is critically important as demonstrated in the image below:


About Melissa Higgins
Client-centered realtor to assist with renting, buying, and selling needs. I work for BHG / The Masiello Group which has a wide range of services to assist in allowing me to help you realize your real estate goals. I serve all of Southern New Hampshire, including Nashua, Merrimack, Bedford, Manchester, Hooksett, Milford, Hollis, Pelham, Brookline, and many others. Contact me to talk about how I may help you.

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