New York Real Estate Information
Viewing an Open House
Naturally, one the most important factors will be determining if the
house suits your family's needs. If you do not want to replace all of
your furniture, make sure it will fit into the rooms of the new house.
This is difficult to do by eye, so be sure to bring a measuring tape.
Also, take note of storage space. If you are moving from a home with
large closets and a shed, make sure your new house is able to store
an equivalent amount of belongings.
Here are some considerations and common problem areas to look for
when touring an open house:
Does it work?
Doors and windows
Grout and caulking
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