Buying a Costa Mesa Home? – Avoid Buying Obsolescence
So, you’ve decided it’s time to buy a Costa Mesa home, and you’re thinking about what you really need.
Perhaps you’ve been pre-approved or you know about how much you want to pay monthly, and so you’ve come up with a purchase price.
Now, you’re trying to decide what’s important to you. I always sit down when people are considering buying a Costa Mesa home to ask several questions.
It’s important to consider what’s important to you in buying a Costa Mesa home, and it’s also important to try not to buy obsolescence.
And, you’re probably wondering what “buying obsolescence” means.
For instance, most buyers these days expect want demand at least 1.5 baths in a home, so if you’re thinking that you could “live” with just one bedroom, you might consider what that might do to your pool when you’re ready to sell your Costa Mesa home.
Other things to consider might be choosing an open floor plan if that’s an option as many people today prefer an open floor plan to, for instance, a formal dining room.
When you’re buying a Costa Mesa home, make sure to consider how other buyers might look at it later when you’re ready to sell it so that you don’t have problems selling an obsolete home.
If you want to work with an agent who takes the time to consider things like future value and saleability of your Costa Mesa home, please give me a call at 714-319-9751.