Here are three things you should absolutely do when looking at a home to buy.
There is no better way to know the neighborhood than by directly asking the actual neighbors. Not only might you get valuable information about the area but you also get to see what kind of neighbors you may have in the future.
Anything seems fishy? If there are additions, pull the permits. You certainly don’t want to be responsible for demolishing the beautiful bathroom because the previous owners didn’t comply with the law.
If you find something concerning, ask questions instead of panicking.
Many times, there is a solution to the problem or a logical explanation to your concern.
Please contact Joan Bang at (213) 675-3289 or at Joan.Bang@Dilbeck.com for an initial consultation to discuss your real estate goals.