Finding the Right Location
What McDonald's and your home have in common? Location.
Location, location, location. Ever heard that one before?
Ray Kroc, who joined the McDonald brothers in 1954 and transformed the fast food giant into what it is today, once asked a group of MBA students to tell him what business he was in. They, of course, responded that he was in “the hamburger business”. He replied, “No, my business is real estate." He went on to explain that his company owns some of the most valuable real estate in the world, all financed with burgers and fries.
The Answer? Location.
Have you ever noticed that McDonald's restaurants are almost always in the best locations in the area? Other businesses would love to have those same spots, but McDonald's got there first.
Like selling burgers, location is the most important factor when you buy a home. It will dictate your property taxes, the cost of your new home, whether or not you have an HOA, and much more. A good location will put you in a desirable neighborhood and help you increase your equity.
Let’s take a look at some of the most important factors when it comes to location.
Remember, you can change a lot about your home, but you can’t change where it is located (without buying a new home, of course). Buying smart and considering location first will help you love your purchase and leave you happy for years to come!
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