Location, Location, Location
Enough can't be said about location.  Location is the single most influential aspect of property values.  To say that "Location is Everything" when it comes to property values is an understatement.    Here are some things to consider when evaluating a location:

1.  Proximity to Downtown
2.  Proximity to Major Employers
3.  Distance to Major Roads
4.  Distance to Shopping
5.  Amount of Traffic on the Street
6.  What the Home Backs Up To
7.  Established Trees
8.  Terrain
9.  Elevation
10.  View
11.  Water on or Bordering the Property
12.  School District Performance
13.  Neighborhood Amenities
14.  Age and Condition of Homes
15.  Alternative Commuting Options
16.  Tax Rates

Each property location is unique and should be evaluated on its own merits.  Your agent can help you identify a list of positives and negatives associated with each property.