Wednesday, September 12, 2018 / by Amy McLeod
That's why resale value should be an important consideration when house hunting. No, it shouldn't supersede your must-have requirements (if you demand 20 acres and lakefront access, prioritize that). But if you do your best to predict how the house you're buying—and the neighborhood it's in—will appeal to future buyers, then future-you will be a whole lot happier. And possibly richer.
Considering resale value "also saves the buyers a lot of money, as they will not need to spend big on renovations or updates," says real estate agent Lukasz Kukwa.
But one caveat: Good resale value is never a promise.
"It is almost impossible to guarantee that a home will retain its full resale value, as the local market and economic factors have a l ...