Outdoor space, however, is something that is almost always wanted. While in some areas it cannot be expected for most price points such as a large city, it is certainly something that people do want. In largely urban or developed areas, outdoor space is often a distant dream to people. If, however, you are renting in a rural area, this will not be a concern for your renters. It will be expected. It all depends on location, as many other things do.
Some renters will feel a large need for usable outdoor space. This may be due to children, animals, jobs or hobbies, or even something like claustrophobia. If you have yard space that the tenant may use, you may want to think about possibly installing a fence. You will have to learn your town's bylaws and always remember to check to see if you need a permit for a fence, especially of a certain height.
Sometimes outdoor space can simply mean a small patio or balcony. Being able to have a chair or two and maybe even a small table outside to drink coffee, read a book, or even grill can be a wonderful feeling for a renter. It also provides a good space for anything that needs open ventilation, such as painting or cleaning with potent chemicals.
Having an outdoor space, if possible, is always a good idea if you are trying to rent an area out. Even if you simply build a platform for your resident outside that they are allowed to use, it can be a great selling point. You never know what a small addition can bring, and this is no exception. If you have the option, it may do you a world of good to offer this to your tenants even if it means a slightly higher rent.