These Five Things Become Factors Affecting the House Value

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldi Firhand. A | Saturday, February 17 2018 - 20:10 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - No doubt that property is one investment instrument that is quite tempting. One type of property most hunted by the people are home, when compared with other types of property, the house is still the idol because it has a higher sales value when compared to apartments.

For those of you who want to sell a secondhand house, do not let you wrong determine the price of the house, because in fact there are several factors that can affect the sale value of the house, some of which are:

Home Condition

The physical condition of the house is one of the factors that affect the sale value of the house, because of course anyone does not want to live in a building that wants to collapse is not it? For that if by chance you want to sell a house, you should first renovate the house to look good, both from physical conditions, water and electricity.

Completeness of House Letters

The issue of legality of course the most important thing when you buy a house, so when you sell the house as much as possible to complete all securities such as IMB, Sale and Purchase Agreements (AJB) and Certificate of Property Rights. Because, if you do not complete it could be the value of your home will go down.

Have Good Accessibility

Accessibility has meaning easily reachable from various locations, especially from the city center. So the more strategic location of the house to be sold, the more expensive the price can be offered.

Near Public Transport Facilities

The existence of public transportation becomes one of the determinants of the value of a home, because it is this that can make it easier for someone to travel. So if the house is close to public transportation facilities such as busway stops, bus terminals, railway stations will boost the selling value of the house.

Located in the bustling district of the population

Fortunate for those of you who live in densely populated areas, because the trend of house prices in the region will continue to increase. Densely populated areas typically have higher development and economic activity than inhabited areas. So the more advanced the area the more expensive the price of homes sold.

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