Seven Ways to Avoid Buying a Property Lemon
SEVEN WAYS TO AVOID BUYING A PROPERTY LEMONEven when purchasing new construction, due diligence is incredibly important. We are here to guide you through every step of the process and we've put together this handy checklist to help you get educated about what to expect as you determine which homes are a good investment and which to rule out because of lurking issues.
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LOOK FOR WATER DAMAGE
When water gets into a property over a sustained period, you can expect major structural damage. Rust on the roof or gutters, sagging gutters, and wall paint that’s bubbling or peeling away from the walls usually indicate a leaking roof. Other signs of water damage include damp patches, discoloration, rotten skirting boards, peeling wallpaper, and the pervasive smell of mold.
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