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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Three Most Important Factors for Finding the Best Location for Your Home

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A lot of people ask me when they are looking to buy, ‘where do I buy?’ I simply reply, ‘location, location, location.’ Location is the most important thing to keep in mind when buying, because one day you will want to sell the property. When it comes to close on that sale, you want to get a check!

So, here are three things to think about when buying:

1.    School district. You want a home with a great school district. No matter when you sell your home, a family will always want a good school district for their children.

2.    Growing Community. New homes increase the value of the subdivision. You want an area that has new homes being built.

3.    Safety. It doesn’t need much of an explanation. Check the crime rate where you are looking.

Those are the three main reasons people buy a home and they are three things you will want to keep in mind when it comes time to sell!

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1 comment:

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