A leading realtor has launched a new report aimed at buyers. Mitzy Dadoun says many people wrongly believe serious defects are easy to spot, but often costly repairs are overlooked. Read the report at Avoid the Money Pit When Buying A Home or http://www.smartseniorsrealty.com.
Get Expert Advice To Help You Avoid Costly
Repairs When Buying A New Home
Are you thinking about buying a new house? Do you know the tell-tales signs to look
for when inspecting a property for damage? Do you know what the most common
repairs are? This specialist report will answer all your questions and more!
Property specialist Mitzy Dadoun, Broker at Sutton Group
Admiral Realty inc., brokerage says the report is designed
to save you and other buyers money in the long-term.
It highlights the signs of damage to be aware of so
you can avoid costly repair bills once you move.
It highlights the six tell-tale signs
you should look for when
considering buying a new home.
Leaky roofs are one of the most
common problems and are tough to
detect from the outside unless a
professional roof inspection is
From inside the attic it is possible you will be able see water
marks from where there is a leak.
You are advised to ensure the system
that brings in fresh water and deposits
sewage is functioning before finalizing
the buying process.
Any heating and cooling systems should be
thoroughly checked, especially the air
conditioning as they can contain bacteria if
they are not cleaned or maintained.
You are also advised to visually inspect for signs of rot and
A company spokesperson said: "Cracks in walls, doors
not closing properly, and uneven floors can all be signs
that there is a problem with the foundation. If the
foundation is not strong, the entire house could literally
collapse, so you should carefully check for these
"A bad foundation may not mean
imminent disaster, but it could be used to
bargain for a lower sale price, or you
could ask to have the owner repair it
before the sale," they added.
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