Buying first home
tips for first time buyers
No dirt line left behind thanks to a touchless vacuum that’s always ready to get to work. Sweep things like dust, crumbs, and pet hair up to the EyeVac. Infrared detectors sense the motion and automatically vacuum it all up. The roomy canister doesn’t need bags—just empty it into the trash when it’s finally full. Washable pre-motor and exhaust filters help remove allergens from the air put back into your space from the device, too.
Real Estate is Local and Every Area is slightly different, but this is a great general idea...to explaining your closing costs! When Buying or Selling a Real Estate Agent should be able to provide the Seller with an Estimated Net Proceeds Sheet and Buyer with an Estimated Buyer's Closing Cost/Expenses Estimate! Ask For IT! Know what to Expect!
Plumbing Checklist for Homebuyers Buying a home is stressful and expensive. The last thing you need is an unexpected plumbing repair or upgrade. Did You Know? Average family of 4 used 400 gallons of water a day More than 25% of that comes from flushing the toilet Almost 14% of water use comes from leaks What To Look For Clogging Is For Danes - Flush the toilet in each bathroom. Under Pressure -Test all showers’ water pressure by turning them on.