The shift in the prices of properties in Nevada is noticeable, as it increases together with the demand for homes in the state. There is no certain answer but it is believed that properties and the industry will soon be stable.
And of course, if you are selling your home you want to know what affects its resale value. Indeed people need somewhere to live, but they also see houses as something they want and need to be in for the long run. Monarch Property Management knows how hard selling a home is. So, here are five factors that influence a home’s resale value.
Whether family or single adults, they all care about the location. It is what matters the most. Are the surroundings okay for growing children? Is the location okay for a starting family? Or is it okay for a young adult who lives alone? The location is essential for future buyers.
It is a good asset if the property is near shopping centres, malls, schools, and hospitals. Although most families prefer somewhere with low traffic and a quieter place. It is also beneficial for a buyer if there are any possible career opportunities: business or employment. They also check if the community is something they want to be part of, so keep an eye on that.
Houses that are too small are often declined by clients because they like something bigger and if it’s too large, buyers might look for something cheaper. So make sure your property sits between and just right to be livable.
Keep in mind that you don’t want your house to be over-personalized, sometimes over-personalization affects the resale value of the house. Lastly, keep in mind there are other homes for sale near you, so be mindful of the price comparisons.
Houses that are built older than the others often end up with a lower value compared to houses built later. However, old does not mean lower in value.
It is encouraged that you inspect your house for possible upgrades, electricity or plumbing, or make systems in peak condition prior to selling. This can avoid the integrity of the house to be at stake, therefore not affecting the value.
Always remember that you want to sell a property that is livable.
Most buyers want their houses to still be modified depending on their liking. So make sure your property is adaptable and can still be altered in any way the buyer might like.
Adaptability increases the resale value as it allows buyers to further improve their future home according to how they like it. Everyone has personal preferences and tastes and so with their houses.
Of course, pricing! One thing that can scare potential buyers is super expensive houses. Be mindful of the present status of the real estate market along with the current market trends. All of this can be factored in when pricing a property.
We know that price estimation varies from one location to another, so make sure to consult a trusted realtor regarding the average price for your property. Always be ready to make adjustments to the amount.