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Things you should consider when purchasing a house/home

Most people when buying their first Home, aren't sure what questions they
should ask either their real estate agent or the current homeowner. Most of
the time perspective homeowners walk through and around a Home, decide
whether or not they like it, and then sign a contract to purchase. Very few
people find out much about the property they are about to buy, besides the
size, style and price.

You should take your time when considering a Home. In today's market the
number of homes available is quite high, creating what is known as a "
buyers market". This normally gives you more time to view homes and
make decisions.
Visit the Home at different times of the day

Viewing a house in the early part of the day, usually means the
neighborhood is quieter with children being in school, and adults at work.
Less cars on the street and less traffic. Not to say the morning or early
afternoon is a bad time, it can reveal other positives or negatives to the
area, such as, if their are schools nearby, daily traffic patterns, the way the
sun enters rooms in a Home.
Homes and neighborhoods should also be visited in the evening and on
weekends. This gives you an opportunity to find out what kind of activities
go on in the neighborhood. It also gives you a chance to meet neighbors,
see how much evening traffic is around, get an idea of different age groups
in the area in more.
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Ask lots of questions

Don't hesitate to ask your real estate agent questions about prospective
homes. It is probably a good idea to carry a notebook with you to jot down
notes or questions you may have about the Home. You will probably be
looking at more than one house. It is very easy to get mixed up when trying
to remember specifics about particular house.

Typically, when you look at a Home the first thing you notice is what's called
"Curb Appeal". What the house looks like when you first see it. How
attractive is the landscaping? The color? The walkways, sidewalks, steps
and porches. Most people tend to look at the overall appearance, but you
should try and notice individual defects.
  • Are there cracks or wear on the pathways, steps, or porches?
  • How fresh is the paint? Are there cracks or peeling paint?
  • Are the gutters and down spouts in good condition?
  • Will you be happy with the existing plants, trees and shrubs?
  • All of these items seem minor until you own the property and have to
    fix, replace or repair.
Ask your agent questions about Home. Such things as condition of the
foundation? The roof? Or any structural issues. They are aware of. Ask
them to check with the seller and the seller's agent of any major repairs
that were required or problems they are aware of?

Ask questions about the neighborhoods and schools. Does the
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Get a Home inspection.

Virtually all houses some defects. According to the national Association of
exclusive buyers agents. Some will be obvious and most will be curable. But
knowing what needs fixing can help you negotiate a price or at least
prepare you for future costs you may incur. Strongly consider getting
inspections for lead paint, radon, and wood eating pests. Most lenders in
my area require these inspections. They don't require, however, many
other items covered under a Home inspection, such as condition of
appliances, roofs, heat and air-conditioning, electric wiring and plumbing
fixtures. Most Home inspections will provide you with details on the age,
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