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Passing A Home Inspection Successfully

2 Nov

Passing A Home Inspection Successfully.  Every home buyer has a different preference as far as their likes and dislikes are concerned. However, all buyers want to buy a house that is sturdy and is as sound structurally as it appears to be on the outside.

There are several problems that are scrutinized carefully by a home inspector since they are quite common and can turn out to be very costly when you set out to repair them. The best thing to do is to look for these 11 problems your self so that they can be reviewed and repaired as early as possible. Here are a few checks to get you started;

Is the plumbing defective?

Leaking and clogging are the two main signs that the plumbing in the house is defective. Water pressure can be gauged by turning on all faucets and flushing the toilet. The sound of running water shows that the pipes are undersized and if the water is dirty when the faucet is turned on, it indicates that the pipes are rusting.

Is the basement damp or wet?

A powdery white mineral deposit against the wall and a few inches off the floor, or mildew odor, are elements an inspector is likely to look for. These are all signs that the basement is damp or wet. Waterproofing can prove to be very costly. You will need to get an estimate of the costs to get a better idea about what you want to net on your home.

Is the heating and cooling system poor?

Poor heating is often indicated by insufficient insulation and a poorly functioning heating system. An inspector will check the life span. If there is a forced air gas system, an inspector will look carefully for any cracks on the heat exchanger since it can release carbon monoxide into the home.

Are there any roofing issues?

Curling of the asphalt shingles and damage from heavy wind are just a few things that can lead to water leakage through the roof. Leaking gutters and downspouts causing the water to run down through the exterior walls can lead to major internal problems in the roofing.

Is the wood rotting?

The inspector will probe the wood to see if there is any rotting in the door or window frames, trims, sidings, fences, or decks. He will pay special attention to any place that has been freshly painted.

Is the masonry work in good health?

Although re-bricking is quite costly, sometimes it is required to avoid problems with water and moisture penetration which could further lead to the chimney being clogged with fallen bricks or the entire chimney falling off onto the roof.

Are there structural or foundation problems?

Since structural integrity is necessary for every home, an inspector will investigate the underlying footing and foundation carefully.

Tough times can make it challenging for sellers and if you’ve neglected your home this can cause you to lose a potential home buyer. Perform a thorough inspection of the house before thinking about putting it up for sale. This will not only help you get a more accurate estimate of the sale price but will also not spring any surprises on you when a professional inspector does a check for these things.

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

View thousands of new and resale homes:  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.PGAVillage-Homes.com a Golf Style Private Community,  www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com  a 55+ Resort Lifestyle Community, www.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

Strategic Downsizing To Cut Costs

22 Sep

Strategic Downsizing To Cut Costs. Everyone feels the strain of rising costs here and there. It may be groceries or it could be gas, but many of us are looking for solutions to an on-going problem. How to cut costs?

These days it becomes more of a strategy to save money. If you move to a walkable neighborhood you can cut down on gas, kids can walk to neighborhood schools, find entertainment at nearby parks and centers and more pep in your step means a healthier you.

You’re not just downsizing your space but you’re strategizing to move to a simpler life. You look at all the ways you can save on money just by moving to the right neighborhood. Ask yourself a few questions;

1. If you drive your kids to school or if your teenagers drive to school, wouldn’t it save money to downsize to a community where they can walk or buses will pick up?

2. What communities have shopping within walking distance? If you buy local you can save.

3. Which community could you move to that has a bus stop or train station nearby?

4. Are there banks/ATM machines in the community? Do you know how many times people must run out and drive to an ATM machine just to give money to the kids? What a waste of gas!

There’s more than one way to reduce housing costs. A smaller home typically means a smaller mortgage and smaller property taxes. It also means lower utility bills and reduced maintenance costs.

The biggest problem with downsizing to new homes is that people have trouble parting with the past but you always have your memories and trinkets.

The bottom line is that costs go up and down but they will never be so low that you won’t feel pocket stings, especially when you get closer to retirement age. That’s why downsizing is strategic; you must focus on cutting your expenditures so you have more going in your pockets than going out.

Asking yourself is it Worth It?

In most cases, the answer is yes. Sizing down will almost always mean saving money. Lifestyle is perhaps your wild card in this equation, and depends entirely on your personal wants, needs and any changes you hope to introduce.

If you strategize in the choices you make it can have a profound impact on your pockets and in your life.

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

View thousands of new and resale homes:  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.PGAVillage-Homes.com a Golf Style Private Community,  www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com  a 55+ Resort Lifestyle Community, www.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

 

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Quick Affordable Decorating On A Budget by Bold Real Estate Group

19 Sep

Quick Affordable Decorating On A Budget by Bold Real Estate Group.  Looking to make your home more than a place just to lay your head? If you can’t afford to give your home a posh makeover, there are ways to decorate on a budget and still turn your place into a dream home.

The first placed to start should always be with color. Paint can transform a room and transform your furniture. Once you discover which hues you can live with continue on with small affordable touches to make your house more of a home.

1.If you just want to breathe new life into an old look start by shifting your furniture to change the style and appearance. Make minor changes with decorative pieces like mirrors, decorative candles and lots of plush plants. Fill up corners will plants of various sizes and set your lighting to reflect off the leaves, creating a beautiful focal point.

2.Add some texture to your rooms with rattan baskets and large bowls.

3.Used old distressed pieces of furniture in your kitchen; creative reuse of shelves, benches, tables, dressers, cabinets and various other used materials can give your kitchen a totally new look. Scratches and scars are part of the “in” look and called patina. But don’t go overboard, use sparingly.

4.Use crown molding kits to create detailed features in rooms; there are DIY kits that homeowners can easily complete in a day without the use of special tools.

5.Add table lamps, accent tables, drapes and artwork for visual focal points in rooms.

6.Faux pas painting, technique used for creating various decorative patterns and finishes can add drama to rooms without a burden to your bank account. One wall can become the talking point for your whole house.

7.A simple slipcover can make something old new again. Slipcovers are like clothing and can completely quick change any look.

8.Mix old with new to add freshness; many of us have fond memories of old sofas, chairs and accessories but there comes a time to shelve and box those things and add a touch of newness to your abode.

Decorating can be low-maintenance and comfy with shots of vivid color to make your home look like a work of art. All your rooms should feel stress-free clean and light so that you’re in a relaxing mood all year round.

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

View thousands of new and resale homes:  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.PGAVillage-Homes.com a Golf Style Private Community,  www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com  a 55+ Resort Lifestyle Community, www.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

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Featured 55+ Lifestyle Community in Port St. Lucie

17 Sep

Featured Florida 55+ Lifestyle Community in Port St. Lucie
 

The Cascades at St Lucie West is a premier resort lifestyle community featuring Mediterranean-style architecture and beautifully manicured grounds. The Cascades offers it’s own 9-hole golf course, 10 lighted Har-Tru Tennis Courts, a  26,000 sq.ft. Clubhouse, outdoor pool & spa, fitness center, sauna, multi-purpose ballroom, media room, library,  card and billiards rooms available to enjoy year round, yoga classes, tai-chi classes, water aerobics, bridge class, bocce, scrabble, games, computer class, music & performing arts club, art and crafts, ballroom dancing, theater, travel clubs, mah jongg, Canasta,  book club, poker club, weekly events and much more! Gated entry with 24-hour controlled access for privacy. St Lucie West is the location of the New York Mets spring training program. The community is conveniently located, minutes away from theaters, houses of worship, great restaurants, movie theaters, post offices and hospitals. Your best investment opportunity is at The Cascades! Short Sales, Foreclosures and Rentals available. Single family homes priced as low as $134,900

 

Whether you are an experienced investor or a first time buyer, we can help you in finding the property of your dreams. Please feel free to browse our website or let us guide you every step of the way by calling or e-mailing Bold Real Estate Group to set up an appointment today.

 

Concierge Service: Bold Real Estate Group will provide concierge services including set up of excursions and area information.

  

Dining and Shopping: Residents will find an enticing selection of restaurants in the area, ranging from light meals and fast food to gourmet dining. Nearby shopping venues include mainstream consumer retail outlets, shopping mall and specialty boutiques.

 

Health Care: Three nearby hospitals, Lawnwood Regional Medical Center, St. Lucie Medical Center and Martin Memorial Health Systems provide complete modern medical care including 24-hour emergency services. Martin Memorial’s St. Lucie West Walk-In Clinic is located in the St. Lucie West area.

The Importance of Home Inspection
Home inspection is one of the most important aspects of the home buying process for both the buyer (helping them understand the condition of the house they’re considering purchasing) and the seller, who wants to provide adequate disclosure regarding the home they’re selling. The inspection report written up by the home inspector after the inspection is the only document that details the house, making it an important aspect of the real estate transaction process. A home inspection typically includes an examination of the heating and central air conditioning systems, electrical systems, interior plumbing, the roof and foundations, attic and basements, visible insulation, walls and ceilings, floors and windows. Some inspections may also include major appliances and outdoor plumbing. The typical cost of an inspection varies depending on the area, size of the home, and services the inspector is providing.

 

If you’re selling your home, it’s good idea to have an inspection done before you put your home on the market. This will help you avoid any surprises when potential buyers hire a home inspector. After the report from the home inspection, you may choose to have the recommended repairs taken care of by the contractor of your choice, or you may choose to disclose the conditions you are not going to repair, which will protect you from liability of nondisclosure claims.

 

If you’re buying a home, be present for the full home inspection. The inspector will be able to answer any questions you may have about maintenance of the house and will be able to discuss any potential problems.  If the inspector finds any major problems, you’ll need to negotiate with the seller to either lower the price of the home or have the seller repair the problem. If the seller is not willing to renegotiate, the buyer will then have the opportunity to rescind their offer.

Inexpensive Ways to Improve the Value of Your Home
Making small improvements to your home can really add up… it doesn’t take a massive renovation project to help improve the value of your home. Simply improving aspects of your house can really make a difference.  It is a good idea to start with your house’s exterior. This means getting rid of all the toys your kids haven’t played with in months, the remnants of your various home improvement projects, and anything else that is just cluttering up your yard. Trim the hedges, keep the lawn mowed, and give all your flower beds a fresh layer of mulch. A polished landscape, even if it’s simple, will instantly  improve your house’s curb appeal, and the value of your home. To shine up the exterior of your house even more, get it pressure washed. This is much cheaper than getting your home repainted or the siding replaced, and in many cases this is all it will take to get your home’s exterior looking as good as new.

 

When considering ways to improve the value of your home, think about your last visit to a hotel. If you were happy about the quality of your room, was it because it looked clean and polished? If you weren’t happy with your room, was it because you felt like the bathroom could have been a little cleaner, the carpet could have seemed a little newer, the paint on the walls could have been a little fresher? While you’re in that mindset, try and see your house in the same light, armed with the knowledge that the cleaner your house looks and smells, the more valuable it will be. Start by organizing your house and relegating clutter to the trash or some out-of-sight storage. The tidier your house is, the larger it will appear, so declutter as much as possible. Apply a fresh coat of paint to your interior walls and wash your windows so you can’t even tell they’re there.

 

Finally, remember that improving the value of your home is all in the details, but it shouldn’t have to break the bank. Shampooing or cleaning your carpets will make your house look and smell cleaner immediately, and doing this yourself will save you big bucks. You’d be surprised by how much better newly cleaned carpets can look! If you think the carpet needs to be replaced, first try to pull back a bit of the carpet in a closet or other inconspicuous place in your home and check out the floor beneath. If it’s wood flooring, think about removing all of the carpet and refinishing the floor. Wood floor adds personality and value to your home, and wood floor that’s lying under your aged carpet can often be refinished more inexpensively than re-carpeting your house. In the same way, worn or outdated cabinets can really bring down a kitchen, so consider refinishing them with a lighter finish, especially in dark or smaller kitchens, as this will give your kitchen the illusion of looking large and new.

Your Family’s First Night in Your New Home
Your first night in your new house is an exciting time, but it can be a little overwhelming. Standing in the middle of your new home and looking at the stacks of boxes can tempt you to stay up all night unpacking them until morning, but avoid it. Instead, gather your family, make some pallets on the floor using mattresses and sleeping bags, and enjoy your first night in your new house together. Order some pizza (have fun saying your new address for the first time!), eat on napkins, and use plastic cups, treating it like an in impromptu picnic/campout. You may even invite some friends over, crack open a bottle of wine, and let them share in your pride and excitement.

 

Talking about what changes you’re going to make to your new house is a fun activity for your first night in your new house. If you have children, ask them what colors they’d like to paint their rooms, what direction they’d like their bed to face, and any other aspects of their room they might like to change. Children love having this kind of creative freedom. If unpacking is just a little too tempting, make a game plan to give yourself peace of mind. Write a checklist and plan of action of what rooms you will unpack first and what furniture you’d like to move where. Moving can be emotionally and physically exhausting, and you want to spend your first night in your new house soaking it all in… you’ll have plenty of time to unpack later.

Buyers’ Agents- Who Are They, What Do They Do?
If you think the home buying process itself is the most important part of finding your perfect home, think again. According to Money Magazine, “Choosing a real estate agent to represent your interests as a buyer should be one of the first, and perhaps one of the most important, step buyers should take before shopping for a home.” When you’re looking to buy a new home, it’s important to have a buyers’ agent-– someone who will represent your interests as the buyer, just as someone looking to sell their home should hire a sellers’ agent to represent their unique interests. The goal of the buyers’ agent is to help you find the home of your dreams, whether it’s a condo, a bungalow, a modest 2 story, or a mansion. And once they’ve found it, they’ll work aggressively to help you get the best price and the most fair contract negotiation.

 

Sixty-three percent of homes purchased in the United States each year were purchased with the help of a buying agent. Buyers’ agents save clients time and money, and conveniently are able to access properties that aren’t yet available on the open market. Because of this, they’re often able to help their clients buy houses for substantially less than they would be able to if they worked with a real estate agent, home owner, or developer directly. Buying agents often specialize in working in a specific area, where knowledge of the area, relationships with locals and real estate agents, and inside information about properties soon to be on the market pay off. The services provided to buyers by their buying agent are actually included in the commission paid by the seller or developer. Using a buying agent won’t affect the price of your home or cost you any additional money, but they do provide buyers with the peace of mind of knowing that they’re being represented along every step of the way in their real estate transaction.

 

Research has shown that buyers using a buyers’ agent found their home faster than those who did not, so choosing to enlist the help of a buying agent will help make the home buying process quick, easy, and fun– just the way it should be. After all, you shouldn’t have the journey toward finding your new home riddled with frustration and dead ends. The buyers’ agent will also help you locate the other professionals you may need as part of your home purchase, like a lawyer, home inspector, insurance agent, etc. Enlist the help of a buyers’ agent who will preview properties, shortlist the finalists, and accompany clients to view homes, and you’ll reap the benefits of having an agent represent your interests every step of the way.

Defects You May Overlook When Buying A House

15 Sep

Defects You May Overlook When Buying A House.  You love the house, but conventional wisdom will lead you to identifying defects that you do not want to overlook in your excitement about buying your house. Buying a house is one of the most important personal and financial decisions you’ll make.

Your home and its location will help define you and your family and will be the focal point for most of the activities of your lives for years to come.

Here are five strategies to identify defects that could be overlooked in the purchase of a house:

1. First, review the Inspect America Engineering website:

[www.inspectamerica.com]

This site is a wealth of information for you to understand when buying a house. One of the best features of this website is their extensive checklist for home inspections. You can print off all the pages and place in a binder for you to identify house defects.

2. Rely upon the expertise of a qualified licensed professional engineer (P.E) home inspector.
There are businesses out there offering their services for home inspections, but you should hire one with the P.E. certification.

3. Attend the inspection so that you understand all aspects of what to watch for. This is more helpful than reading a report.

4. Be sure to get a full written report from the inspector telling you, in detail, what is wrong, why it’s wrong, and what must be done to correct the identified defects. That checklist described in the #1 strategy is just to orient you. You will need an actual report, not a checklist when it comes to having real information to create that total picture of the house’s condition.

5. That detailed report from the licensed professional engineer will establish a professional relationship with that engineer so that you can go back to the engineer with further questions, advice, and direction.

Buying a house that you carefully select and have inspected is the best proactive step any homebuyer can take. Identifying defects, especially the hidden ones, can eliminate much of the uncertainty of your future in that house.

In order to help you remain an informed home buyer here is a list of some of the house defects that can be overlooked:

a) structural additions and renovations – that were most likely installed by the previous home owner

b) defective furnace heat exchangers

c) extensive water damage or leaks that can lead to structural damage

d) electrical concerns that do not meet current standards

e) irregularities in the: roof framing, exterior wall framing, interior framing, cracks in the foundation wall

f) proper grading of land around the home – to divert water away from the home to prevent the water from entering the home

There is nothing like peace of mind when it comes to making big decisions about which house to buy.

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Florida Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For real estate service and information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

View thousands of listings  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.PGAVillage-Homes.com, www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com, www.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

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