There will be noise and patterns could change over time.
Another thing to consider is resale value. Future buyers will have the same concern that you are having.
There is no reason not to buy if you get a fantastic price. However, ask yourself if you will be questioning your decision for years to come. A train is like an elephant in the living room. Even if you try to ignore it, you know it is still there.
May I wish you the best.
Jeff Masich, Realtor
Arizona Homes and Land
If it will diminish the value of the home when you sell, then you must also be buying at the diminished value so I wouldn't hesitate if you like it.
Train tracks can and often do effect the resale of the home. Some will love the open space and others will not even look at the house.
You also have power lines along that set of tracks that brings concerns to some.
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I don't live far from there, however, it is difficult to tell whether it would bother you or not - some are more sensitive to certain conditions than others. If I were you I would call and find out how often and when the trains run, then try to be at or near the property for these occasions to determine if it is something that would bother you or any member of your family. You also have a 10 day inspection period - if you write an offer and it is accepted, you can investigate more during this time.
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