Buying a house isn’t like buying a car where you can do some test drives. Once you have bought it, then you need to live in it, and you cannot just replace it like a shirt if it doesn’t fit. Buyers have lots of expectations, and the more they want these expectations to be met, the harder it is for them to find a new home.
So, questions to ask when buying a house? Experts say that you need to compromise for your priorities. Consider the house’s distance from work or school, space it can provide for your business or hobbies or let say the place is good for walking your dog. The practical and functional side should be prioritized over the things such as a new hard floor or shiny granite counters that you are dreaming of but can always add later.
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