Asked by Neil Kugelman, Philadelphia, PA • Sat Sep 27, 2008
There are many parts to this question that every Buyer asks. Choose the neighborhood first, not the house. The location is the determing factor for value. It's like picking the best line at the grocery store. You need to project where the neighborhood is heading in the future. The more risk you take, the higher the leverage, the more you stand to gain. The better the perceibved neighborhood, the "safer" your investment, the less likely to depreciate. Wherever you can invest sensible sweat-equity (do the work yourself in a professional workman-like manner), the better your payoff will be when selling.
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