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- How to Evaluate School Districts When You’re Buying
- How Schools Impact Home Values
- What to Look for When Evaluating School Districts
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Even if you don’t have kids, the quality of a school district can have a direct impact on the value of your home. If you’re buying and you want to make sure your home is in a good district, use these criteria to see if your the local district makes the grade.
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“Given the way most communities work, the location of a home dictates the local school district. The quality of the school district can have a direct impact on the value of your home. Even if you don’t have kids or don’t have to plan kids, the quality of the local schools can positively or negatively effect your home’s value. Buyers tend to prefer homes in good school districts, either because they have school-aged children, or they are thinking of resale value down the line.
So how do you know if your local schools make the grade? What signs point towards an improving or declining school district? Here are a five things you’ll want to consider…”
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