Will a swimming pool make my home harder to sell
A quality pool is the key
Certainly, a swimming pool limits your available market, not everyone wants a pool. If the potential buyer wants a pool, however, and they walk into your backyard and they see beautiful, clear-blue water with lush, well-maintained landscaping, who couldn’t envision their children having fun in a healthful, controlled environment?
The emphasis here should be on having a “good pool.” Conversely, if they step into your back yard and see a green slimy mess, or if the pool shows structural deficiencies, or if the pool and landscaping has not been maintained, you might end up paying them to “take” your pool.
This is why it is so important to do it right the first time. As a pool company, we may charge a little more, but our proven record of success guarantees that you will have something proud of when you invite that prospective buyer into your back yard. With the right selection, your pool becomes an asset that adds value and makes your home more attractive.