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June 03, 1994 - Image 131

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-06-03

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New home buyers are finding a wide
variety of - styles and options to
choose from.
Many of the trends in new homes
relate to recent advances in technol-
ogy. Built-in appliances, including mi-
crowaves and hot water dispensers,
are the rule rather than the excep-
tion. Phone jacks in every room, built-
in entertainment centers and even
built-in whirlpool baths are among
the things buyers are looking for.
Many buyers consider these ameni-
ties virtual necessities.
Other popular items fit into the
category of luxuries. Master bed-
room galleys, spacious bathroms
with dual vanities, high ceilings and
home fitness centers are among the
"extras" buyers are looking for that
tailor the home to a particular per-
Perhaps the one item that is get-
ting more attention than any other
from most home buyers in the '90s
is the overall quality of the home.
Buyers are looking for workmanship
that will last and that will ensure their
new home will be a showplace well
into the next century.
High-gloss cabinets, a wide array
of built-in storage spaces, plentiful
shelving in closets and even pop-out
ironing boards are all features that
today's buyer will find att.' active and
useful while adding to the finished
appearance of the home. Combining
those features with careful detail
work will give the home a desired
high-quality effect

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