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A Perfect Location

House by the Ocean
Your lifestyle depends on where you live. It defines your life and reveals your future and the current value of your home. Before identifying a location, your agent must conduct a thorough search for a home that meets your needs and preferences. We have created a checklist to help you communicate your preferences to your agent:
  • Commutation time.
  • Rural, Urban or Suburban.
  • Desirable neighborhoods.
  • Access to public transport and highways.
  • Access to shopping areas, airport.
  • Parks retail and restaurants.
  • Access to hospitals and healthcare.
  • Time plan to live in your home (you need to give your agent an idea of your future plans and help him identify your projections).
Some of the most wanted locations are those with high home values and are situated with the following
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Highly Rated School Districts
– Households with children prefer homes that are close to the school district so that they do not have to compromise on their children's education.
Nature and Nurture
– Natural landscapes, parks, hills, rivers or parks add to the current value of the location. This is because they help people have access to natural resources.
Attractive Views
– Homes that are closer to attractive and beautiful views are likely to be more valuable than those in suburban areas. The reason for this is that people can see the beautiful views from their home windows without spending their money on travel.
Shopping and Entertainment
– Homes near movie theaters, shopping and other entertainment venues cost much more than those near residential areas. This reduces their travel costs and allows them to enjoy these entertainment venues within walking distance.
Conformed Areas
– People who share similar views and values that are reflected in their lifestyle are likely to influence other people. Buyer prefers to go around with people and place that are of similar types as per their age and construction for living.
Healthcare, Jobs and Public Transportation
– People are strongly attached to locations with good access to public transportation and avoid locating in areas that require long commutes. Buyers want to locate near hospitals, airports and their workplaces to reduce their travel time.
In the heart of the Street
– Every buyer wants a house in the middle of the street, but some buyers want the corner house. Home buyers who prefer the middle of the street want to feel less vulnerable.
Neighborhoods that are economically stable
– Maintaining the value of a home is the primary concern when looking for a home. Most of the time, homes that can withstand bad weather and economic conditions attract buyers.