“Location, Location Location” is a term that is just about as common as “timing is everything” and both are equally important when real estate investors rate a home’s value. Investing in real estate is similar to investing in the stock market. Timing is everything. Investors must make educated guesses based on strategy and research. Investors must know everything about the property, its history, the community surrounding it, the area’s tax structure, the school district, future development plans and so much more. That’s where we come in.
Depend on us to guide you in making an educated decision. Don’t suffer through a bartering process on your home, we can quickly value your Utah home and give you a cash offer with none of the hassle real estate agents offer. Here’s why:
We research and thoroughly get to know the fine details of each housing market including the communities history, tax structures, school districts, changes in consumers habits, market trends, unemployment rates, future growth plans and more before making a decision. We see potential in homes others wouldn’t so our investment can be a wise choice. Maybe it’s an aging home that needs major repairs but in a growing community.
We understand h the community’s current and future infrastructure…new shopping areas, new roads, new schools, are all signs that an area has potential for growth and increasing value. We are up to date local issues and find more details to determine the future potential of the investment.
We have researched and identified the tax structure of all areas near the property and community. We do all the footwork, calling local tax offices, looking at past years taxes and identifying reassessments, too. We’ll make sure the current property taxes make sense for the area and that is how we can turn unappealing homes into sound long-term investments.
Are young families or senor citizens living there? Is it mostly singles or couples? Are there rentals nearby? For example, a growing family’s buying habits may be more appealing to retail developers than those in an aging community. These questions are important to examine to determine the long term value of an investment.
A home is more valuable when the kitchen and bathrooms are renovated or updated. We’ll examine these important rooms as well as other features of the home, ie: roof condition, age of furnace, number of fireplaces, age of windows, basement condition, landscaping, and other details of the property to evaluate the investment.
There are many aspects that go in to valuing a home in Utah. This is even more the case because real estate values fluctuate so much over time. If you are considering selling your home, call us to receive a free offer. Our home buying process is often more advantageous than the typical real estate method and we can offer you a fast cash offer. Call us today, or fill out our form to the right if you have questions about your Utah real estate value.