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    Tennis Court Property Value

    In a vague educated guess, how much do you believe having a private concrete or asphalt tennis court would make your property value rise? In terms of the United States midwest that is. I wasn't sure if any of you have had experience with owning a tennis court (not multiple courts, just a single court) and was curious.

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    Smile tennis court

    Hi hotcoffee, Having a tennis court is no different than having a swimming pool, It has value to someone who is purchassing the property that wants a court or a pool and is willing to pay a bit more for the property. I've been told from a real estate agent friend of mine that a tennis court has no value to someone who does not like tennis or simply wants to have a nice green yard on their property. A pool is looked at many times as a child safty hazard if one has children, therefore they may look at another property. I know someone that bought a nice house with a pool and filled it with dirt and grew grass over it. Now to a tennis professional like me, a tennis court in my back yard has value. It even generates income for me, but to others, who knows. In my opinion I would say it would do very little to increase the value unless the a real estate agent can make contact with the right customer. Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tprocurt View Post
    Hi hotcoffee, Having a tennis court is no different than having a swimming pool, It has value to someone who is purchassing the property that wants a court or a pool and is willing to pay a bit more for the property. I've been told from a real estate agent friend of mine that a tennis court has no value to someone who does not like tennis or simply wants to have a nice green yard on their property. A pool is looked at many times as a child safty hazard if one has children, therefore they may look at another property. I know someone that bought a nice house with a pool and filled it with dirt and grew grass over it. Now to a tennis professional like me, a tennis court in my back yard has value. It even generates income for me, but to others, who knows. In my opinion I would say it would do very little to increase the value unless the a real estate agent can make contact with the right customer. Good luck
    Exactly right. Couldn't have said it better.

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