|Nothings’ quite so
frustrating as forgetting why you liked two or three particular homes
after weeks of looking. With this scorecard, you can keep a record for
yourself…..Not only does this list include most of the features you’ll be
needing in a home, it takes into account the importance of the surrounding
Maybe even more important, it allows you to set up a priority list ahead
of time, a ranking order of features from the most vital to insignificant.
Since most home purchases are compromises, this should help make your
Thee priority list can also help a Realtor get a better picture of what
you are looking for in a house to select those houses available that best
meet your requirements.
When you are visiting different homes, there’s no need to feel embarrassed
bout pulling out this check list and making notes. After all, you have a
big decision to make, and it behooves you to take every precaution.
Selecting your Title Insurer
You’ll want to protect the title to
your property with title insurance. You want to be sure that you
have a good title, free and clear of any claim which might possible affect
your ownership in the future.
A title insurance policy insures your rights as a homeowner. Should a
claim ever arise against your title as insured, title company will arrange
for legal counsel to defend your title, in court if necessary, completely
at its own expense. Should the claim be valid and a loss sustained, it is
paid by title company up to the full value of the policy.