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it depends on what they are.... the list is very long....
Most common ones out here are utility easements and they have zero impact.
Eagle Mountain, UT
abby tiscareno It depends on the type of easement, restriction or encroachment. For example, if there is a gas line easement on the property and it runs right through the middle of the property, there would be a buffer zone on either side of the gas line. This could severely restrict building on the property and affect value.
It all depends on the particular easements, restrictions, or encroachments.
Depends on how severe they are and how petential buyers perceive them - some may not care; others might mind.
Restrictions on use can impact the value.
It all depends on what they are.
That is a great question for your broker
Totally destroys property value. Well, maybe, maybe not. See a real estate attorney.
The answer is way too long for this Q&A section and best to be given by an attorney. Plan to schedule a couple of hours to hear all the legalities about it.
This is a very complex question that would require the discussion of many factors.
There are easements that may benefit one land owner and maybe not benefit another, or have no impact.
There are so many of each of these..it depends on its type and if the easement, restriction or encroachment severely restricts something the buyer desires. No pat answer.
Permission for something else to use the property needs to be examined
abby tiscareno Looks like you have received a few good answers. Please feel free to drop into my next pre-license class as these concepts are covered in Chapter 5.
it depends on the type of easement or restriction. Anything that reduces or restricts the use of a property can affect the value.
The question is a bit broad to answer correctly. Easements are pretty normal, and restriction depends, and encroachments have to be solved.