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05/25/2018
As you probably know, purchasing real estate is a big investment of time, money and effort. This is why it’s crucial for you to pick the right property to commit your resources to. In order to do this, you’ll need the right information. Countywide Title Company in Plainview would like to talk you through the questions you need to ask sellers about any properties you’re interested in buying.

What to Ask the Seller/Owner

- Its age: a house built in the 1970s may not be worth as much, be in as good condition or constructed with the same materials as a house built a couple of years ago. A home’s age can help you determine its condition and its history.

- Reasons for sale: research why the house is for sale in the first place. This information can help sway your decision or even change the property’s price, so don’t take it for granted. ;

- Its condition: needless to say, an old house that needs a lot of costly repairs is probably not a good deal (depending on your preferences)! Hire a home inspector to give you a full report on the home’s condition and what needs fixing.

- Its selling process: what would you think of a house that’s spent a lot of time on sale and that doesn’t have any offers? That there’s something wrong with it, right? This is why you should find out about the property’s selling process.

- Its main problems: get acquainted with the seller or the owner and ask them about the biggest problems with the house to make an informed decision (maybe the neighbors are noisy or the transportation system is bad).

For Property Restoration in Plainview…

If you’re in the process of acquiring a property, don’t neglect a title search and title insurance! Here at Countywide Title Company in Plainview, we’ll do everything we can to keep you and your investment protected against any irregularities in an estate’s deed. Call (806) 293-8363 for more information about our services.

Remember to check back on our blog for more useful tips, like How to Find the Right Neighborhood.

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