How much do you add to the basic value of the house with a clear view of the ocean and an infinity edged pool?

Asked by Brad, 90272 Sun Mar 28, 2010

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SERGEY FEDNOV…, Agent, Beverly Hills, CA
Wed Apr 18, 2012
With a great view house will sell much faster and it could increase value as much as 25%
Pool will affect price as well - generally properties with pool will sell at a higher price.

I'll be happy to take a look at a property and provide you with free market price opinion.

Indeed it is a great market for standard sellers, not a lof of competition!

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Heather Paul, Agent, Santa Monica, CA
Wed Feb 22, 2012
A Lot!!! Desirability always sells homes! I highly recommend having a local real estate agent provide you with a comparative market analysis, this will give you a very good idea of what your home is worth. I work locally, feel free to contact me anytime.

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Emelia Sanch…, , Ontario, CA
Sun Mar 28, 2010
Brad,

A home is only worth what the seller is willing to sell it for and what the buyer is willing to pay for it. The seller put the pool in thinking of his own enjoyment not for the next buyer. If you bought this house and the first thing you do is fill the pool with dirt because you prefer to have more entertaining space vs a pool what is the value then? The buyer still determines the value and it will depend on who that buyer is just as Diane stated.
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Diane Wheatl…, Agent, Upland, CA
Sun Mar 28, 2010
It would depend upon the buyer's appreciation for those features. A buyer who prefers not to have a pool and a view would find little value in those amenities. However, a buyer with appreciation of such fine aspects in a home would value it greatly and pay upwards of $100 - 200,000 depending upon the quality and design.

Diane Wheatley, Broker
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Upland, CA
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