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What Affects Orange County Home Values

What Affects Orange County Home Values

Features That Can Increase Real Estate Prices In Orange County

Orange County real estate is increasing by each passing day. But the price of Orange County homes, of course, depends on many factors and these factors are also responsible for why the Orange County home prices keep going up. Some of the features that determine the price of a home in Orange County include the following:

  • Where is Orange County is your home located?
  • What is the condition of the exterior of your home?
  • Have you made any improvement to the interior of your home?
  • Is your property a condo, townhouse, single family residence, duplex or mobile home.
  • What are potential issues that can come up in the inspection report?
  • What are the prices of the comparable recently sold and properties currently for sale?
  • At what price will the property appraise?
  • Various economic indicators such as GDP, unemployment, interest rates
  • Are you pricing your home for an investor or retail home buyer?

Now that we know what affects your Orange County home value let’s take a look at some specific ways you can increase the value of your home. Some of the easiest ways to increase the value of your home include the following:

Nearby Amenities Available
If your Orange County home is close to essential amenities such as hospitals, schools, shopping centers and others, then, of course, the price of the property will be likely to rise. If you are looking to have a home that will experience the greatest increase in value when the Orange County real estate market is doing well, then you want to make sure you buy a house close to local amenities.

Future Developments Estimated
When there are future planned housing developments close to your home, this can help increase the value of your property. If the city begins a renovation to the local businesses or home builders begin planning new developments, it can increase the value of your home. If the local news outlets take an interest in the improvements being made to your local area, this can increase the value of all the homes in the local area.

Greenery Around
The amount of pollution has continued to increase in recent years, and this includes Orange County homes. Having a very green exterior landscape can help increase the value of your Orange County home. But with areas developing so fast, there are less locations available in the Orange County area, where you can find beautiful greenery. In certain areas of Orange County, there are hidden areas that have beautiful landscaping and hard scaping.

Orange County home values are increasing at an alarming rate. But why is this happening? Home buyers are searching for better environments, the number of entertainment spots and local amenities continue to grow. This will, of course, help home prices increase in value faster than in other areas of the country.

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Michael and Anabel Simpson have over 16 years of experience helping the community buy and sell real estate in Orange County, Los Angeles County, and Riverside County with a special emphasis on Anaheim and the surrounding area. In addition to being licensed Realtors, they are Short Sale and Foreclosure certified. Ask Michael and Anabel Simpson about the different techniques they use to sell homes, including 3D video, social media marketing and more. Contact Michael and Anabel Simpson today.

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