Valley Springs Real Estate is a local company whose agents live and work in the Calaveras County foothills area.
Valley Springs Real Estate is small enough to provide you with personal, friendly and responsive service, yet large enough to provide you with everything you need to make your next real estate transaction efficient and stress-free.
Whether you are interested in buying a home or other property in the Calaveras County area, or if you are looking for assistance in selling your present properties, contact any of our real estate professionals for a quick and thorough response.
Although investment carries risks like all other forms of investment, the price fluctuations are a lot slower than the stock market or investment in gold. The money you have invested in real estate will not crash overnight. At best, fall in real estate prices may be ten percent less than it was the previous day.
One of the chief benefits of investment is banks and other financial institutions will be willing to lend you large sums of money for buying real estate. It is difficult to borrow money for buying stocks as stock markets prices are speculative in nature and the risk factor is high.
If you are intelligent and capable of a planned investment, then there are ways you can purchase property for as low as seventy percent of its market value and then go for the big kill.
Yet another important benefit is you can enjoy large-scale tax advantages through depreciation. Any tax consultant will guide you how to pay least taxes on holdings.
In real estate investment, value addition is possible for you to enlarge your profits. For instance, you can increase the sales value of your property by making some modifications or additions to the property. You can add a garage or even a bedroom if space permits. You can renovate the house to fetch a better price. You can contact us for free consultation.
Homes and land for sale in La Contenta Golf Course area, Rancho Calaveras and ranches for sale. Covering the real estate needs of Valley Springs, Burson, Wallace, Jenny Lind, Paloma, Campo Seco, San Andreas, Mokelumne Hill and other areas of Calaveras County.