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    Is neighborhood location really that important?

    It doesn’t matter whether you’re planning on buying or selling an Orange County home, location is very important because, the right location will help to increase the value of your home and so much more.

    Location Means Convenience

    Owning a home in the right location will mean convenience for you as the homeowner or person who rents the home because, they will be minutes away from stores, recreational activities, jobs, schools and more compared to having to commute for long durations at a time from one location to another.

    When choosing the right location to move to it’s also important to choose a home that’s located close to public transportation as well because, thanks to high gas prices, any home that’s near all major sources of transportation will make the owner or future renters life easier.

    Quality Of Life  

    By choosing a home in the right location, the occupant will enjoy a higher quality of life because they live in a better location and have the privilege of more recreational activities and doing things that they wouldn’t be able to do anywhere else in the country.

    Location Means Increase Home Value

    A home that’s in the right location will also mean an increase in that homes value year after year because it may be in a desirable location near restaurants, café’s, beaches or things that are a major draw to the area where the home is located.

    The Right Location Means Safety

    Let’s face it, you can have a great home but, if it’s built in an unsafe neighborhood that’s known for gang activity, car thefts or worse, it wont matter how great the home is because, nobody will want to move to a neighborhood that’s not the best for them or their family.

    To learn more about the importance of buying a home in the right area or to view the latest Orange County homes for sale, contact Fred Sed & Associates today by calling us for a free Real Estate consultation at (949) 272-0125.

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