In response to your comments about 2415 E 5th Avenue, we the sellers, one of whom is a licensed agent in the State of Washington, would like to clarify the items you have brought up in your comments. First of all are you a licensed contractor, realtor, appraiser, or otherwise qualified person or if you have authority to determine weather the beam that was cut is a load bearing beam or not? That beam was at the re-model done in 2004 by the previous owners and was inspected at that time as well as the inspection that was done when we purchased this home and were told it is not a load bearing beam.
There are definitely 4 or 5 bedrooms, the 5th room could be used for a bedroom or an office or den or playroom. The 5th room does not have a built in closet, so therefore it would be a non-conforming bedroom, but still could be used as a bedroom, playroom, den, office, or family room. It is up to the new owner to determine the use of that room. The partial basement is 100% finished. In the basement there is a laundry room and a bedroom with a closet and an egress window in the basement for easy access for fireman with all his gear. There are two bathrooms, one is a full bath and the other is a Â¾ bath, but there are 2 bathrooms. The family room does have a temporary construction door lock on it and was put there for the safety of tools and equipment while doing the re-model this year and was in the plan to change the lock for the new owners, so that is not an issue or a safety risk at all.
In the future if a person has questions about a home that is listed and it has been previewed by a prospective buyer, the next step would be for the prospective buyer to contact the listing agent for clarification or the broker on any questions that may arise about the property. It is probably not a good idea to slander a home owner or an agent when things are found in a home that donâ€™t agree with your particular way of thinking. This is on the verge of slandering a fine personâ€™s reputation that is abiding by all the rules and regulations set upon them by the National Association of Realtors and the Spokane Association of Realtors and this is just not the right thing to do. Our real estate agent is one of the most honest, reliable, trustworthy, integrity driven, best agents I have ever met or encountered in this business. Anyone would be lucky to have her represent them in either side of a transaction, buying or selling.