This property needs a lot of loving. But once your repairs have been done, you will have a great house in a great neighborhood. Short distance to schools and shopping, as well as quick access to freeway.
443 Hartwick Lane, Fairfield, CA
$ Click for current price
5 BEDROOMS | 3 (3 full ) BATHROOMS | 1935 SQUARE FEET
Where else in Fairfield can you get a 5 bedroom house for this price? Come relax in 1 of 3 previously remodeled bathroom (1 features all around showerheads, the other a jetted tub). Nice sized backyard. Short walk to school and shopping. Short drive to interstate and Travis AFB. Don’t need all 5 bedrooms? Use one for your office! Plenty of options here!
Tri level home in Seaport Hills. Needs some TLC but once you have them done, you will have a great home! 2 car garage, plenty of backyard space and no rear neighbors.
Single story home with a wide open floor plan. Only thing in between the Kitchen, Dining Room and Living Room is the fireplace. Beautiful 180 degree views of the city from the Dining Room, Living Room and Master Bathroom. Some previous updating done in the past, but there is still some work needed to make this house complete.
820 Scaup Ln, Suisun City, CA
$ Click for current price
4 BEDROOMS | 2 (2 full ) BATHROOMS | 1440 SQUARE FEET
Ample upside potential in the single story home. Needs your personal touches, but otherwise in good shape. Plenty of room in front and back, with 4 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms inside.
Homeowners who are puzzling over whether to add their property to the Solano County home listings this winter (rather than hold back until spring) have more than just timing to factor into their decision. How their offering will stack up alongside the other home listings is a prime consideration.
The residential market has made good progress this year – and a strong majority of pundits expect more of the same for 2013. I deal with the home-buying public all the time, and so get an inside look and listen to what features and qualities wind up having the greatest impact on their buying decisions. Another way is to survey home listings across the nation to track buying trends: the features highlighted in home listings are just about the most market-sensitive indicator of all.
A look at those home listings throughout the past year can be summed up briefly: Homebuyers wanted relatively smaller homes, manageability, lower property taxes and utility bills — in short, they gravitated toward properties that looked as if they would minimize expenses after buying as well as in the purchase itself.
Associated prominent features dealt with location in a number of ways. “Within walking distance” was a frequently appearing phrase. “Walk Score” came into new prominence — to schools, coffee shops, grocery stores, or parks. Importance of financial stability in the surrounding neighborhood can be implied from a number of popular phrases, and I can vouch for that in the attention I saw paid to various areas’ foreclosure rates.
Practically every homebuyer will still be looking for a good deal, but in 2013, we can expect increasing attention to the intangible of future value. If you are considering selling your Solano County home any time in 2013, now is the time to begin putting the idea into action. Understanding buyers’ needs is a sound first step toward placing your home in position to stand out in the Solano County home listings — and I am standing by this year to help you do it!