No, that’s not true for ALL properties, obviously … nor for all buyers.
Not everyone wants to feel the rattling of passing train cars from their living room, nor do they want hear noise from the interstate as they’re grilling on their deck or patio.
But if you’re selling a property that is near a highway, MetroRail, train tracks, don’t market it for other than what it is. Your buyer is going to want exactly what your house has to offer.
Not every house is right for everyone … It’s not supposed to be. Marketing your house to the RIGHT buyer is essential though. Advertise yours for exactly WHAT IT IS … and turn that into a POSITIVE … which might mean: “Commuter-friendly neighborhood“.
A house near the highway, in spite of road noise, might be perfect for the commuter who wants to shorten his/her commute … And a condo near the metrorail might be just right for the homeowner who wants to save on gas.
Each property has plusses …. By turning perceived negatives into positives, those ‘qualities’ and ‘assets’ may well be key to finding you the ‘right buyer’. Contemplating a move? Call us … As hyper local real estate agents in Miami Florida, the Restivo Team looks forward to making your next move your best move. Vicki and Alexandra Restivo – EWM Realtors International 305 793-1365 or contact us here through our real estate blog and website MiamiRealEstateCafe.com or by email at email@example.com