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When looking at the value that an inground pool can add to your home, you must look at a number of variables: from the pool being screened or enclosed, being heated, having water features, as well as general condition of the pool. A general guide, would be 8-10k for a home valued at 125k, 14-15k for a home valued at 250k, and approx. 20k for a home valued at 500k. This is merely a generalized guideline that often an appraiser would utilize when valuing a property with a pool or without for a report.*The numeracial data provided is a guide, please reach out to a local appraiser in your immediate demographic to discuss value as it pertains to your location.
Even in Florida buyers expect a pool in some neighborhoods but it adds very little value. It does increase the appeal to buyers when selling. Most homeowners add a pool for there enjoyment.
In the Bay Area, an in-ground pool typically does not add a great deal in terms of the overall value of your home. In many instances, home buyers consider a pool a negative because of the additional work and expense it creates. It is also sometimes viewed as a cause for concern by home buyers especially if the home is in an area that is sought after by families with young children.
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