When planning to buy a home, most potential buyers begin to search for homes on the Internet. They will locate the area-perhaps considering Berkeley homes-and then isolate the specific neighborhood to investigate. The traditional Open House format is an ideal way to have some idea about what is available in their price range. While a nice flyer about the home is always helpful, touring a home that interests you is an even better way to evaluate your possibilities.
This is one of a few articles that will be written as to what to look for when touring an Open House. This one stresses asking about the condition of the home. This is the time to ask questions and get answers.
Items to Ask About the Condition of the Home:
1. What is the condition of…