Thinking of Buying an Older Home? Here Are Some Things to Keep in Mind
When searching for the next house to call home, there’s a lot to consider. Opening your home search to older constructions can increase your options, however older homes may be harboring issues beneath the surface. Here are some things to consider (and have inspected) when purchasing an older home.
Foundation and Structural Issues
Electrical and Plumbing Issues
Outdated Heating and Cooling Systems
Houses with cooling systems are likely to be a bit newer, but outdated cooling systems are known to have their own issues. Common problems with older AC units include improperly working fans, reduced efficiency, refrigerant leaks, and electrical problems.
Termites and Bugs
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Buying • August 12, 2019
Thinking of Buying an Older Home?
by Jimmy Humrich
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