house location

Real estate experts agree on one thing; when it comes to houses and homes, location matters more than anything else. A home next to social and basic amenities like schools, eateries, social halls, parks and marks guarantees an easy life, especially when the owners have children. The same cannot be said about a home tucked in the middle of nowhere; away from amenities like schools and hospitals. The latter will often sell for much less compared to the former should one want to cash in on the home. Oftentimes, location is everything when it comes to selling or buying a home. There is much more into location than the factors already explained. Where exactly should an ideal house be located at? Read on to find out more.

The House with A Deep Front Yard

A deep front yard guarantees curb appeal. The location means that the house will be set back on your property. This translates to a small backyard, which is something you do not want if you have children. The small backyard will simply force you to have the front yard as the primary play area. There is also a possibility that extra privacy, being yards off the street, may easily mean you will have to make more effort to interact with your immediate neighbors.

The One That Sits Close To The Curb

You do not have to worry if you find a home with a small front yard in an amazing neighborhood complete with streets lined with evergreen trees. The front yard will still exude lots of charm because of the trees. As a matter of fact, you will have an easy time interacting with your neighbors. That’s because homes with small front yards always have a friendly feel and are approachable. Remember that a house next to a curb may not guarantee privacy. You may have to put up with higher noise levels, which can be undesirable.

The Ones That Sit Far Apart

You can end up with some space between two houses. In that case, check if the space is a double lot or just an empty space. The last thing you want is moving into your new house only to discover later that the lot next door will soon be subdivided, and a new house will be built right next to your property.

Close Neighbors For Your Property

There is nothing bad about having neighbors living close to you. That is what some home buyers actually look for. For some individuals, they enjoy a sense of camaraderie that comes with living close to each other. To others, the closeness brings about an apartment feel. When two or more houses sit close to each other, you may get affected by what the neighbor does. In addition, his or her choice of landscaping, remodeling and other exterior aesthetic choices may affect you as well. Before you decide whether or not being close to a neighbor is a good thing, think about all these concerns first.

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