How To Choose A House With Good Resale Value

Buying a house requires a lot of careful thought and consideration of numerous factors. On top of all the questions you have to ask yourself about your own personal needs for your home, you also need to have in mind the possibility of moving again in the future and needing to sell the house. Here are some suggestions from your friends at Advanced Waterfront to help you make the best choice.


  1. Location

You’ve probably heard this word often, and in threes. “Location, location, location” is a phrase relevant to everyone from movie directors to home buyers, and especially home buyers. Choosing a home in a convenient, desirable location will mean an automatic boost to its resale value. Not only will it be worth more, it will be much easier to sell, as there is always demand for such homes.


  1. Bedrooms

After location, much of the resale value for a home will come from the arrangement and number of rooms, beginning with bedrooms. If your house is one with a lot of bedrooms in an area where most houses don’t have many bedrooms, you’re in a good position. More bedrooms isn’t the be-all, end-all of value indicators, but it’s a solid one.


  1. Bathrooms

Right after bedrooms, most homebuyers want to know how many bathrooms are available. Generally speaking, one-bath homes are expected to be a lot cheaper than homes with more. Of course, if you’re buying such a home, then you’ll also probably be spending less on it, so the relative resale value might be a good one for you.


Our team of experienced realtors is at your service to help you choose a home that suits your needs, and will allow you to re-sell at a great value. If you’re looking for waterfront property in the Connecticut and Long Island Sound area, contact us today and let us help you find the perfect home for you.

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