Be sure to ask for a final walk-through with an inspector before closing when you buy a house. A thorough inspector will point out any oddities that are unsafe or devalue the house, but only someone who’s lived there will have a handle on all the unique characteristics worth mentioning—light switches in unexpected places, doors and windows that stick up or down. This question is most effectively asked during the final walk-through. Sellers are often required to disclose most existing problems or issues related to the home. As a buyer, you can say, “I’ve read the disclosure statement. Is there anything else that has happened or that you’ve done that would be helpful to know?” Use the disclosure as a jumping-off point to learn about what’s not listed. Check out below to see what sold in Liberty Park in June 2017:
44838 Lafayette Drive, Novi: 4 bedrooms, 2.1 bathrooms, 2,282 sq. feet, 2 car garage, Sold Price: $400,000
Liberty Park Home Sold
It’s worth a shot to see if the seller is willing to part with large items he or she might not want to bother moving. Most things that are being left, such as appliances, are dealt with in the original contract. But, as it gets closer to closing, sellers are often wanting to unload some other things, too. You might get lucky and wind up with something great. For more information on Liberty Park, or similar Northville or Novi neighborhoods such as Maple Hill, Royal Crown and Carriage Hill, contact The DiMora Team today at 248-505-7728 or email@example.com.