We are proud to pass on wise home buying/home care advice to you. And we did this in our February newsletter. (Do you get our physical newsletter? You should! Reach out and we'll send you free stuff).
Here's the LINK to the info on what to consider when buying an old home
And Here is quick info we offered on help toward checking your credit and getting your finances in order so that you can know what to expect when you try to qualify for loans:
Link here to the Consumer Finance page.
Here's the Link to the Whole Article. Good Stuff!
There's a top 10 and more..... Enjoy your February work and fun at home!
Check out this helpful list, especially if you're looking at buying in an older, established neighborhood. Brentnie Daggett writes up helpful tips, especially for buying an older home with character and maybe with an enticing price, here's what else to consider.
(Hint: it's not to turn you off of the idea, but more to help see a great and wise path forward to getting it done right!)
Ask the age of the roof.
Check for electrical issues.
Test for lead paint.
And, quite wise -- > plan for upgrades.
Read on here, with good suggestions accompanying all the tips.
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