3 Things to Consider When Shopping for Grand Junction Real Estate ~ Guest Blogger Bill Needham

Are you currently shopping for Grand Junction real estate? Do you know all of the sneaky tips and tricks for getting the ideal property? If not, we are going to give you three of the most important things to consider when you are actively shopping for Grand Junction real estate. Some of these tips require a bit of time or effort on your part, but are well worth it. In the end, using these buyer’s tips will certainly yield some great information and positive results.

•Did you visit without the real estate agent and at a few times of day? If you did not, it is time to book a few visits to the general neighborhood and to the home on your own. Why? That super quiet street may be clogged with traffic during rush hour, or the big beautiful windows may make it easy to see everything going on inside the home. Just check out the site for yourself at a few additional times of day.

• Did you talk to or meet any of the neighbors? This is a tricky issue but if you are ready to put in a bid on a home, you must be brave enough to knock on the neighbor’s doors and get an idea of what the neighborhood is going to be like.

• Did you visit city hall? Shopping for Grand Junction real estate must include a check on the property’s zoning limits, on any easements, and other restrictions that could pose a problem for you down the road.

It is easy to fall in love with a house, but don’t skip these three vial things as you consider making an offer. They could spare you a lot of headaches. Works Cited Harrington, Diane Benson. 14 Things to Consider Before Buying a Home. Realtor.com. 2013. http://www.realtor.com/home-finance/real-estate/buyers/14-things-to-consider-before-buying-home.aspx?source=web


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