For families with children, finding a home in the right school district can be one of the top priorities when choosing a new home. Though you may not have children, this mindset still affects you and your search for the perfect home. Today we’re going to be talking about how school districts affect the housing market and what you can do to stay on track with buying or selling a house. Let’s take a look.
Which came first the prices or the schools?
Houses in school districts that perform well tend to be more expensive. The question is whether or not the prices were high to begin with or that they rose with the improvement of the education in the area. It’s a very difficult question to answer, to be sure. What we can be sure of is that there is a correlation.
If the home of your dreams is in a location where there is a very good school, then the odds of it being a higher price, but well sought after, are very high. To prepare for this, you should make sure to put in an attractive offer as soon as possible. This can include a heartfelt letter praising the current owners for their home and expressing why you would love to care for it. If you are able to proceed to the next step after your offer is accepted, you need to make sure that you’re meeting the terms of your contract to the letter and as promptly as possible. Part of helping you win the home of your dreams is going to be understanding your closing costs as soon as possible, which is something that we can assist with. Though the housing market can be competitive, ample preparation and thorough planning will ensure your success.
Are you ready to buy a new home? We can help!
At Residential Title & Escrow and Commercial Settlement Services, we bring peace of mind to the settlement table. If you are searching for a title company to help you through the closing process, please contact us today! You can also fill out our simple online title request form and one of our knowledgeable representatives will get in touch with you promptly. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ to stay up to date on news, and upcoming events as well as staff and client spotlight