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How To Pick The Right House

Such exciting news! Moving to a different house is like a new adventure; it can be fun, but at the same time, overwhelming. Whether you’re planning on renting or purchasing a new home, it’s a big decision and commitment you have to make well informed. 

To make the decision more simple, we have collected six tips to help you pick the right house:

Tip #1: Hire a Realtor

Getting help from a realtor will reduce house-hunting stress, especially if you need to move fast. Make sure you hire an experienced realtor that knows how to handle the market. 

Don’t forget to mention every detail to the agent about what you’re looking for and expecting. Whether you need a bigger house to accommodate your growing family, move to a closer place for work or school, etc. 

Tip #2: Review Different Options

Try not to fall in love with the first house you see. Explore at least three different options before you make a decision. Visit the places, walk around, and take your time to embrace your feelings. Does the house invite you to explore? Does it feel welcoming? Do you see yourself living there for the next few years or the rest of your life? 

Tip #3: Check All The Vital Components

Make sure to explore every single space of the houses you’re reviewing and check out all the vital components, such as windows, doors, roofs, HVAC system, floor, plumbing, etc. Take your time to make notes so that you can ask as many questions as possible to the agent or house owner. Also, test everything, lights, hoses, shower, toilets, etc. 

Tip #4: Stay Grounded

It’s ok to have a house of your dreams; however, stay grounded and make sure you’ll be able to cover all the expenses. If it’s your first home, think of a starter house, it may not be the house of your dreams, but it’ll get you started. Consider your future finances, what other services you will be required, and get advice about the property taxes where the house is located. 

Also, consider if the house is part of a homeowners association (HOA). Although it can be convenient to be part of an HOA, there are additional expenses you have to pay. Some communities are also very strict with their rules and regulations, like parting or the color you can paint your house. Make sure you agree with the lifestyle of the association before making a decision. 

Tip #5: Don’t Rush – Be Patient

Although being patient might be difficult, try not to rush. A big mistake people make is making an offer too fast. Take your time to investigate the area and discuss what would be a reasonable offer with the real estate agent. 

Tip #6: Sell Your Old House

You may be tempted to keep your old house or put in up for rent. However, owning two places can be very expensive. Anyhow, review your options, and also consider several selling methods. An effective and fast one is selling to a home buyer or home investors; you might be able to get a great deal from them, and at the same time, look at the properties they have available.

I Will Buy House Can Help You

I Will Buy House can help you, we are home investors in Seattle, and we buy houses fast for cash all the time. We can make a cash offer for your old home, regardless of the condition, with no obligation.

So don’t worry if your house requires repairs and that’s one of the reasons you didn’t consider selling it in the first place; I Will Buy House, can buy it. We have also helped many people searching for houses in Seattle; we might have the property of your dreams. 

What Makes Us Different?

We can purchase your home straight away and get you the money in days; since we invest in properties, we don’t work with intermediaries and have a fast process in place. When selling your house to I Will Buy House, you won’t have to worry about anything; your whole focus will be finding your new home. 

If you’d like to know more about how we work and how we can help you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.



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