What is important to look for in a new home?
Make sure you pick a location that is not only safe, but also in an area you want to live in for years to come. School districts are very important if you have children, so if you're moving to an area you don't know well, do your research! water & sewer (city or well), age of property, the older the home the chances can be higher that the home is going to take more work, and make sure you know HOW much work you're willing to do when buying a home. Be sure to check the Roof & Air conditioner, and try to get a warranty on them, they tend to be the most expensive suprise fixes. If you're planning to start a family make sure you're looking at homes you can grow into.
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