The Coronavirus pandemic and the current situation has made it so the common areas of a community of homeowners still have certain restrictions and limits with respect to their use. In spite of this, these common areas still provide additional value for both owners and people looking for properties who choose homes created around or within some common areas. Far from these being solely regarded as mere places just to pass through, people are increasingly seeing them as areas to make the most of.
At WeRelocate BCN we explain which common areas are most in-demand in a community of owners.
Among the most valued common areas are spaces that make the neighbours’ rest and general enjoyment possible, for example:
Many of the newly built homes are chosen by young families with children, so one of the most valued areas are the spaces that serve to entertain the kids and give the parents a bit of peace. These areas also bring peace of mind to the parents – secure in the knowledge that their children can enjoy themselves outdoors without danger.
Swimming pools are one of the most valued elements in a community of neighbours, and are sometimes even the key factor when it comes to the prospective buyer making a decision, especially in places where there is no beach and temperatures are high in summer.
Having a tennis or paddle tennis court, or even a small communal gym has become an almost essential element in a complex, and the fact of being able to practice sport without leaving our community of owners is always a plus.
Although not easy to set up and requiring a certain amount of maintenance, some communities are opting to provide members of the community their own ecological allotments.