Secret Tests To Check A Property’s Condition
Zeroing in on a new home can be fun and exciting. But it can also be tiring and confusing. So before you start looking at houses, write down what you want in your new home. Start with the size of the house, number of rooms, most convenient layout, and desirable features. Prioritize the list, noting beside each item whether it is “nice to have” or “a must.”
Plan for the foreseeable future
As you make the list, consider how long you will likely be in the house and how your family and lifestyle may change over time.
Bring the completed list with you when we plan the first house-shopping tour.
As you preview each house, jot down how it compares with your list. Fill in the blanks as you see fit–yes/no, good/fair/poor, etc. Keep your notes on each house to compare homes until you find the right house. Also note the features you would like to change in each house.
Housing Needs Checklist
Square footage __________________
Number of bedrooms __________________
Number of baths __________________
Interior condition __________________
Yard space __________________
Patio or deck __________________
Energy efficiency __________________
Exterior condition _________________
Overall appearance __________________
Traffic and noise __________________
Snow/trash removal __________________
Fire and police __________________
Schools: Bus or walk __________________
Distance to school __________________
School district __________________
Quality measured by SAT scores or other criteria__________________
Distance to job __________________
Public transportation __________________
Major highways __________________
Medical facilities __________________
Community services __________________
Airports/trains __________________ Return to Scottsdale Real Estate home page.
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