Thursday, May 30, 2019

Things to avoid if you are in the market for a new house.

So you think you have found the perfect home. Well, not so fast. Here are some basic characteristics in a home or its location that you are best to avoid. They are high-tension power lines; dump sites; graveyards; churches; buildings that had violent deaths; houses on stilts, houses close to emergency services (fire, police, hospital). These are examples of negative influences that are taken in through our five senses that can still impact us even if we think we can get used to them. If you are already living near these things, then there are some solutions to reduce the effect. Of course, the most effective is to avoid them all together.

When you are house hunting be sure to use all of your senses around and in the home to identity visual, smell and sound issues that you really don't like. Sometimes we get excited about a place and choose to look the other way or we are simply distracted by key features we are attracted too. Well, just like newlyweds, eventually the honeymoon is over and what once might be tolerable, can become bothersome over time.

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