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real crappy ones. I try to stay away from them, but the market really decides it for me. If I can find an equal deal with better neighbors, then I will walk away.
We have the ARV for the house in question as $170K. How much would you subtract for two ugly neighbors (one next door, the other across the street)? Or would you kill the deal because of this?
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Overall, the neighborhood is hit or miss. There is a huge mix of houses ranging from old and beat up 60s houses that can be had for $60K to brand new and reasonably high end houses that will run $250K+ (for bigger ones). On any given street, you may have a cluster of really nice places and then an old and worn one, or the Nike Roshe Qs opposite.
If everything is equal there isn a subtraction. Entries are Limited.
I also try to find solutions as well. Cleaning up their yard, painting their house, etc. A bad neighbor could cost you 10% of ARV, while painting their house and cleaning up their yard will only cost you a few grand. I budget for it if necessary. Bad neighbors are just like bordering a busy street, they are there forever! It is a buyers market so be careful.
neighbors aren horrible they just aren great either. The night scene may be the determining factor.
them towed away.
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Great feedback on ideas from others, I particularly like getting info on recent buyers and taling to neighbors. Information is a key factor giving you the ability to apply that info to your best interests. If a neighbor agree to have you clean up their yard or paint the fornt of their home, then do it and factor it in. Call the city to report junk cars parked illegally and get Nike Roshe Men Dark Blue
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I think it would serve you well to interview 3 recent buyers in the neighborhood to understand their buying mentality then look at 3 homes offered for sale.
We are looking at a place in our farm that appealing, but the neighbors aren great. They aren terrible (war zone or horders), but certainly not nice either (one neighbor has an old car sitting in the front yard).
The important question to ask the seller is if the ugly neighbors were there when they bought. This helps understanding the buyer.
I bought many homes I would never live in.
I like to buy the ugly home on the nice street. If there are other ugly homes on the same street, I often do not buy or I must get a rock solid homer of a deal. Of course, my areas are likely different than yours. From the description, sounds like it is not a middle to upperclass area, therefore buyers there may expect to have a few junkers and clunkers around.
And never use your definition of this type of thing to determine value. It only matters what buyers think.
how much to discount ARV or stay away
If it not a homerun deal I stay away. A little over a year ago I had two potential buyers not even go inside a flip of mine because they didn like the neighbors. A third put an offer in and drove by the property one night. They pulled their offer when they saw the neighbors fighting outside. Why get stuck??Bryan just about took all of the words out of my mouth. If the neighborhood has junky cars and such in the yard, it is a sure bet that things get pretty noisy when the sun goes down. I lucked out and got a rehab sold 2 years ago with one bad neighbor living in a rent house across the street. He amused me and kept me entertained while I was doing the rehab. But, looking back on it now, I really think God smiled at me too and helped me get it sold. We may have to jump on something less than ideal. We need to stop doing that. I also like your idea about interviewing recent buyers. The home has a pool, which normally adds about $20K to our ARV and is big in the plus column, but we were thinking around $10K in subtraction for the bad neighbors.
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