March 18, 2014
With the ever changing of the American household, many buyers are going “solo” on their house hunting.
Solo doesn’t always mean condo. Many solo buyers expect to expand their household and are buying accordingly. Others want rooms, or even an extra apartment to rent out. Another consideration is having room for hobbies or a home run business. Having outdoor space for dogs, cats, horses or even as vegetable garden is also often desirable to a solo buyer. New Mexico Mountain Properties, as well as High Mountain Property has agents with experience in just this kind of home buyer.
Pay close attention to home inspections and warranty provisions. Ask the inspector to show you any issues he finds on site. Read the reports. Your real estate professional at New Mexico Mountain Properties or High Mountain property can help you negotiate with the seller to see is they will pay all or part of any minor repairs. With the help of these real estate professionals, your solo house hunting will be a positive experience.