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2018-04-03 08:18:20
3 Warning Signs it's Not your Dream Home

Have you ever heard the words “caveat emptor?” They mean “buyer beware” and it’s an ominous warning whenever you do hear it.

 

Unfortunately, you might hear it a lot when house shopping. That’s because houses have problems. Yes, most houses, even new ones, may have something wrong with them. And, some of these issues are completely invisible. Sometimes these problems even miss the attention of professional home inspectors.

 

That puts you at a disadvantage every time. Sure, sellers must disclose a certain amount of information to potential buys. But the current owners may not even be aware of problems – especially if they’ve not recently lived in the house themselves.

 

Big problems, on the other hand, do tend to leave big clues. You just need to know what you’re looking for as you assess a potential home. After all, the last thing you want is to spend a few thousand dollars repairing something you didn’t even know was broken.

 

And if those repairs pertain to the electrical system or the foundation of your property, you could be in big financial trouble.

 

Red flags don’t need to kill your dreams, but caveat emptor! Fortunately, I know the warning signs of a bad buy. We’ll use these these warning signs to determine whether you’re looking at your dream home or a money pit.  Please don't hesitate to call me with questions!

 
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