Electricity has only been in the majority of homes since the late 1920’s. In the less than 100 years since mass adoption, the ability to control electricity has revolutionized the way we live. Despite being something people use daily; most people don’t have even a basic understanding of electricity.
Keep in Mind: You are Looking at a Building, Not a Home
This is by far the most difficult thing for prospective buyers. After months or weeks of searching, buyers finally find “the one”, and instead of remaining objective, they mentally move in. Don’t get attached too early or your heart might overrule your head and cause you to overlook major problems. The house is simply a building that needs inspecting. If you do find faults, it doesn’t mean you should put off buying. Rather try and use what you’ve discovered to negotiate the price or request a repair. Once you buy it, it belongs to you. Problems and all.
We touched on the “why we went into business” a little bit in our introduction blog. We felt the nomadic lifestyle we were living wasn’t the best choice for our family. As we began planning for a career move, we did some soul searching in an attempt to find the best fit for us.