Waterfront properties have been selling very – very well – for the past several years! See the chart below…
Interpreting and truly understanding waterfront property sales and values can sometimes be an interesting proposition. And, buying, selling and valuing waterfront property has lots of Very “Unique Twists and Turns.”
Sounds a bit cliché doesn’t it? After handling over 45 waterfront real estate transactions, as well as, tracking and analyzing every waterfront listing for sale and closed transaction, we know that buying or selling waterfront real estate is truly a unique and most times, complex transaction!
First, to help build your knowledge base of Waterfront property values, you can quickly download PDF reports of Waupaca Chain Property transactions for the past several years along with expert analysis.
Whether you are a buyer or a seller of waterfront property or a current owner just wondering how properties are selling, it is very important that you understand all the nuances and have a complete understanding of how waterfront property is valued and what the local sales trends are today. So, as part of the transactions report you will receive, you will also get a custom written sales report with lots of “hopefully insightful” information.
Examples of waterfront transaction that need “perspective” if you are a buyer or seller of waterfront property:
A while back, a very nice piece of vacant land, with perfect sand lake bottom, sold for $370,000 after being listed for $679,000 just 18 months earlier. Back in 2012, this same parcel of land sold for $610,000. Why did it recently sell for such a low price?
Waterfront Buyers – Click Here – to receive your custom written Waterfront Buyers’ Guide which could save you lots of money and help prevent future headaches
In 2017, a very nice waterfront property was listed for sale on the Waupaca Chain O’ Lakes in the upper 800,000 price range. It sold almost immediately. Was it underpriced? Another waterfront property sold at about the same time recently for – in the mid $700,000 range but, was on the market for over 3 years. Did these two properties sell for a fair price – why or why not?
Again, we analyze all area waterfront transactions – so you do not have to, and as a result, have informed opinions, backed up by analytic research. The answers to the above questions are relatively long so, if you are a waterfront buyer or seller please contact me for some hopefully valuable thoughts. 920-889-9989 Sell Phone – or, Steve@Huhta.com
Below is a small portion of what is again, hopefully, valuable, analysis.
If you are a waterfront buyer, how do you know what the fair price is for a waterfront property? Or, if you are a waterfront property seller how do you know what your property is really worth and what the original listing price should be?
Well, you can start by clicking here: