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Buying a home that turns out to need much more extensive (and expensive) repairs than originally thought is only funny in the movies. In real life, buying a money pit can nearly drive a new homeowner to lose their mind - and their shirt.
Fortunately, there are a number of real-life strategies that real-world buyers can act on to prevent their own home-buying plot line from including an unfunny lemon of a home. Here are 5 of my personal favorite steps that will help you avoid buying a money pit.
Ed Desrochers licenced inspector 57177
1. Attend Inspections.
2. Read the Reports and Disclosures.
3. Get Multiple Repair Bids.
4. Stop Overconfidence In Its Tracks.
5. Prioritize Price Reductions and Credits over Seller Repairs.
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