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Answer by couponluv72 at 11:13 AM on Jun. 2, 2012Credits: 1849 Level 15
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Answer by tasches at 4:31 PM on Jun. 4, 2012Credits: 276368 Level 47
Location, location, location. Do not buy a house that is less expensive because it backs a busy road or because it's far away from amenities (unless that's really what you are looking for). These may end up being harder to sell when you out grow it, as well as if you are far from amenities then your home insurance could end up being more expensive (the further you live from a fire station and also the house's proximity from a hydrant). Do not buy the biggest house on the block because your price will by higher by comparison when you go to sell and you will get low balled. Look for good school districts or houses that are zoned for the highest rated schools as possible. Check sex offender registries as well (not that this will be a determining factor, but if there is one right next door it may end up changing your mind - better to know before making the investment).
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