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Is Location Really Important When Buying a Home?

Thu Mar 19, 2009 11:22 am
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Well, if location is not important why don't more people buy a home next to a garbage land fill or next to a very busy highway?

The answer is location does play a key role in why people will or will not buy a certain home. The very same home that sits next to a group of fast food stores will likely be worth considerably less than the same home in the middle of a quiet subdivision.

Value is in the eye of the beholder and the real estate assessor. Buyers should take into their decision analysis price, size, location, condition and whatever else is important to that buyer.

Realtors will have the latest CMA or Comparative Market Analysis which is a great beginning to buying a home.

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