If you tour a lot of homes for sale, it soon becomes clear what amenities one expects to find in great homes, though perhaps not considered to be in the "high-end" range.
You might expect, for example, triple-crown moulding, granite counter-tops, stainless appliances and extra-large walk-in closets. In terms of electronics, you might look for flatscreen TVs, built-in speakers (both indoor and out) or even a security system with closed circuit cameras.
But consider what your reaction to the home is when you find a dedicated media room or even a home theater? Or perhaps you learn the home features fully-distributed audio and video to all the rooms in the house. How does that affect the home's desirability factor? Then again, what if you learned the home is programmed to operate from a tablet or remotely from your smart phone?--adjust the temperature, check the security cameras, or turn lights on or off? Wouldn't any of these amenities create the sort of "wow" factor that tells you THIS home seller has one great home!?
Distinctive home electronic systems not only put the "style" in your lifestyle but could be the very thing that helps your own home outclass the others on the market when its time to sell.
Jerry Del Colliano write in hometheaterreview.com: