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Audrey 5 month s ago
Make sure the property is free of all liens against the deed. Look for how close you are to fire hydrants and hospitals. Do a practice drive during rush hours to see how easy or difficult it will be for your commute.
       
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Mackenzie 5 month s ago
Don't all home sales that are financed require an inspection by a home inspector? I figured the banks would require that. A home inspector will look everything for about $300 - $400 I think. Seems like a good idea considering how expensive a house is.
       
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Mathilda 5 month s ago
An old realtor taught me: taste the water.
       
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Jacqueline 5 month s ago
It’s not just asking about a flood zone. Our realtor told us we wouldn’t need flood insurance, because the neighborhood was above the 100 year flood plain. I didn’t buy there anyway, because it was next to a major park that turned into a lake during a hard sustained rain. What we didn’t know was that whole neighborhood was a part of a reservoir controlled by the Army Corp of engineers. I’m sure nobody in the neighborhood knew it and Hurricane Harvey flooded them out. I’m sure most people didn’t know they were in a reservoir, and didn’t get flood insurance.
       
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Augustina 4 month s ago
Never buy a house that is freshly painted and get an expert/inspector to check it first. Apart from that: Location, location, location.
       
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