Some great tips for those of you looking to buy a home this summer:
Buying A Home This Summer? 5 Tips To Tour Smart!
If you're planning to buy a home this summer and have already started to look at homes... you know that the market is as sizzling hot as the temperatures and that homes are selling very quickly in many parts of the country. With more buyer demand than available inventory, buyers don't have a lot of time to think about homes they've seen before making an offer. For serious buyers, it's critical to be ready to make offers quickly. This means being pre-approved for a mortgage, knowing your budget limitations, and knowing your "negotiables" and "nen-negotiable" for a home.
And as the infographic below shows, there are additional things you can take note of as you tour homes (before you have professional inspections) that will help you make a quick purchase decision and offer with confidence. These include:
- Checking out the home's mechanicals to determine approximate age and condition.
- Checking out the home's appliances and verifying which ones convey with the sale.
- Checking out the condition of the home's windows and floors.
- Checking for standing water or poor drainage around the property.
- Checking out potential structural issues.
If you're looking to buy a home in the Charlotte metro area this summer let us be your TOUR GUIDE and help you buy without fear.
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