As with typical real estate, some things to look for when purchasing Sonoma real estate include property price, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, total square footage and the age of the property. One thing to look for specifically in regards to Sonoma properties is proximity to desirable locations, such as high-end retail stores and restaurants, entertainment venues and popular cities.Continue Reading
In Sonoma, home buyers should focus on a property's distance to venues for their hobbies, such as golf courses or wineries. Another aspect to consider is the distance of major cities, such as San Francisco, Oakland or Sacramento, from the location of a property so that home occupants have a reliable means to calculate commute times for work or shopping. According to Sotheby's International Realty, purchasers should also consider the options between the diverse types of property available in Sonoma, such as luxury homes, houses, ranches or vineyards.
As when researching any other real estate, prospective buyers should consider whether a property in Sonoma should be for their personal homes or for investment purposes. In Sonoma in particular, this is because rent is high in the Bay area due to the expanding technological industry and abundance of job opportunities for young families in Silicon Valley.Learn more about Real Estate