Hacienda Heights has hit a few bumps, but the market looks much better than where it used to be in 2012. The average property value is around $630,000, but that market growth has slowed substantially and is only expected to rise by 0.2% over the next year.
With this in mind, it doesn't make sense from a sellers standpoint to be waiting for your property to accumulate more value before you decide to sell it. This is also assuming your house is in a condition that can be listed in and doesn't require outstanding repairs or upgrades to it.
Unfortunately, the market right now in Hacienda Heights is cold. Though it does have a higher preference for buyers, sellers aren’t finding the buyers they need with 13.8% of listings taking a price cut. With the market in its current state, this means that only the best of the best properties can expect to sell in a reasonable time-frame.
If you've been contemplating on what to do with your property and whether or not you should even attempt to list it with a realtor, you can realistically expect to deal with long listing times before you're able to find an actual buyer.
If your property has been inherited and needs repair work and upgrades that is going to require additional money be invested by you, you might even have to relist a few times before you finally find the right buyer.
If the prospect of having to invest any additional money into the home at all is off-putting, this is where we may be able to help your situation and completely remove the need for listing the house - no matter it's current condition.