Sell It Better: Add Value to Your Property with New Orange County Windows

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There are many things that could affect the sale of a property. But while you can’t control many of these, there are a few things you can do to boost your chances. One of these is to put your property up on the market at the right time. Selling at an opportune time is ideal because you’ll be able to make a bigger profit than you normally would. This excerpt from an article published on the Orange County Register summarizes the current state of the real estate market:

Orange County average house prices increased 17.8 percent in 12 months ending in January, the 20th straight month of year-over-year price gains, CoreLogic reported Tuesday.

The January house price also was up slightly from December, rising 0.3 percent.

January’s appreciation rate for a single-family home likely was the third-highest among most populous U.S. metro areas, trailing the Inland Empire’s 22.3 percent year-over-year gain and an increase of 19.7 percent in Los Angeles County. California has the nation’s second-biggest appreciation rate among U.S. states, rising 20.3 percent.

To really seal the deal and guarantee a decent profit, you have to make sure that your property is attractive by investing in a few home improvements. Don’t know where to start? Consider Orange County CA windows. New windows are great for sprucing up your exteriors and boosting comfort in your home’s living spaces—two things that will add undeniable value and set your property apart from the rest.

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(Article Excerpt and Image from CoreLogic: O.C. house prices up 17.8% in January over last year; Orange County Register)