Buying A House At 25 Years Old
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When buying real estate property, do not assume property taxes will remain the same. A change in ownership may reset the assessed value of the property to full market value, which could result in higher property taxes. Please use our Tax Estimator to approximate your new property taxes.
Hi, I'm Ben, and I inspect houses. I grew up with a hammer in my hand, and have been a professional home inspector for 14 years. My blog is here for info about home inspections around the Louisville, Kentucky area, and just about anything construction-related.
The plan was either to go big with the sale or go home with it and move into the house herself. The original intent of the home was to be a resume builder. Lee is an interior designer. In order to attract clients, she knew she would need to prove to them what she could do. So rather than showcasing her skills with just one room, she proved herself by completely restoring a house. She relocated the kitchen, built a two-story addition, and essentially gutted the entire house.
A couple other things to look at would be the septic system, they are out of sight out of mind but still need maintenance, and if there was anything done to the house in the 1960s and 70s you likely have asbestos.
Why daughter is in the process of buying a 90 year old home in Columbus, Ohio (German Village). We found old knob and tube wiring in the basement and attic, but the inspector said they were not energized. He could not guarantee there was not more behind the walls. Need to have an electrician look at the electrical panel to verify nomex wiring coming out and VERIFY your insurance is ok for coverage. Also, termites inspection.
Wow! You are very detailed William. Thank you for this write. Very informative and very experiential. I am a newbie in real estate and I am considering a house built in 1973. I drove past the house, it looks nice on the outside. But will pay attention to all these things you mentioned. What do you think I should pay attention to for a house built in 1973 Thank you again, your experience and the comments of other make me think even deeper about this.
So glad I found your website!!We are looking to purchase an 1850 brick Inn ( old stagecoach stop) in Pennsylvania. It has lots of bedrooms(6) 3 floors with the bottom floor being a bar and restaurant! Our dream!!! of course it needs lots of work and has not operated as a restaurant for 4 years. I am NERVOUS!!!! We are of course getting an Inspection and having the local building Dept. Coming to look. Thanks for the wealth of information!
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