These first time home buyers are ecstatic! During this pandemic the challenges were present. Low inventory high demand, it was not an easy process. However, I made myself available at any given time, weekends, evenings, whatever it takes because that is what is required to make it work!
This beautiful four bedroom two bath with a pool sold for $515,000.00 in Coral Springs Florida
Attention to Details
I was always looking at things through the eyes of an owner, as I am, to make sure the house has good bones. I look at age of roof, window protection, electric, A/C and question plumbing age. Older homes typically under 1975 have cast iron. It’s very important to get that scoped to expose any cracks, and to know the condition of the pipes. Windows and roof’s are so important. Listen, you can have a beautiful property, but if the windows have no protection and the roof is old your insurance is going to be much higher and at some point you will be on the hook for replacement or change outs.
Electricity is another major function of the property. I always look to see what type of brands are present as they can present insurance issues. And homes that are 1940’s-1960’s sometimes aluminum or cloth is present which can be a major cost to fix and insurance road block. Roof’s are one of the bigger expenses and can also affect insurance costs. Roof’s are a bit complicated when getting insurance discounts. Did you know the way that its attached can affect your insurance costs? The decking can be attached with toe nails, clips, single and/or double wrap. I won’t go into it with too much detail, but everything I am mentioning is to make you think, and be more prepared and ask the right questions
If you are looking for guidance please call Adam Docktor because
“This Docktor Makes House Calls!”