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Looking for a house is a laborious task. Some would sometimes even get tired of it that they wouldn’t really bother checking the house thoroughly before closing the deal, which can sometimes lead to huge problems. Remember that you’re purchasing a home where you’ll be staying at for many years. Maybe spending a little bit more than an hour or two would be enough to at least get a view of how it would be like living in that house. Here are just some of the things that you should always check when viewing a property.
Ask how old the roof is. Replacing roofs are probably one of the expensive things to do when owning a house. Not only because of the material, but also because of its labor. So try to check how old the roof is. Most new roofs only last for 15 to 20 years. So make sure to ask how old the roof is so that you’re aware of any problems in the future<< Back to the list.