- Open Everything
- Take the Takeaways
- Take Pictures and Notes
- Check Out the Neighborhood
- Talk to the Seller’s Agent
- Take Your Agent
Open Everything: From doors to cabinet drawers, it’s the only way to get an accurate sense of storage – and to make sure you don’t miss a room!
Take The Takeaways: That extra paper may seem like a waste, but once you’ve seen more than a few houses, you’ll need something to help you keep them straight.
Take Pictures And Notes: Again, it’s easy to forget what you saw where. The provided takeaways are a great start, but help yourself remember what you do – and don’t – like about a place.
Check Out The Neighborhood: Spend some time walking around the house. Are there close neighbors? What’s the traffic like? Remember, you don’t just buy a house – it’s the whole neighborhood.
Talk To The Seller’s Agent: Ask about recent updates and see if they’ve done any inspections yet. Find out if the seller has a timeline. The more you know about their needs, the more easily you can work around them – and put together a tempting offer if you love the home.
Take Your Agent: Some buyers may want to check out places themselves, but it can be helpful to have your agent along for the ride. It helps us get a better sense of what you’re looking for, and we can get helpful insights from the seller’s agent if you’re interested.
Tucson Power Group can help you with a residential sale or purchase anywhere in Southern Arizona. If you are in another area or state, we have a network of quality agents. Call us today, and we can help you find a competent agent in your town.
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