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Value of a view?

I live in Oakland, California and will be putting on the market, a home with an unobstructed view of the Golden Gate, Sand Francisco Bay and San Mateo Bridges. I am wondering if there is a general rule of thumb as to how much a view could potentially add to the value of one's home. 
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March 08 2012 - Crestmont
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Very nice view!!! Your best bet is to talk to a local appraiser. They can give you a number. With that view, you may want to consider doing an appraisal before you put it on the market. That's really the best way to price it correctly from the beginning.
Hope this helps,
Peggy
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March 08 2012
Its difficult to give a figure without knowing the neighborhood. There are lots of places in Oakland with the views you describe.  Feel free to email me if you wish.
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Bill
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March 08 2012
I think it could be pretty significant, but only as much as your local market will bear. Your view sounds quite amazing and should fetch more than a home in the immediate area without a view.

Here in Orlando, lake front property is WAY more than that home across the street without the view.

Views are huge, very important, would you want a 5000 square foot home looking over a dump/water treatment plant/airport or the same 5000 square foot home overlooking San Fran and the Golden Gate Bridge, the home with the view will command much more!

Talk with a local Realtor, they will be able to tell you in detail more than likely as to what your home will be worth due to the extra view.
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