Smart House Hunting
Serious house hunting can leave you worn out and confused at the end of the day. It is hard to remember which house had the great back yard and kitchen and which one you ruled out because of inadequate storage space. Some of the houses you visited looked familiar--like maybe you had seen them before. How can you conserve energy and keep it all straight?
The first step is to find a real estate agent who knows the area well and will only show you homes that meet your criteria. Next you should acquire a small note pad in order to keep a record of the homes you visit. Note the address, style and exterior color, as well as something distinctive about the house that will trigger your memory. Make a special note if a house has real possibilities. Jot down important pluses and minuses of each property and share this information with your real estate agent. This will help you to narrow down the houses so that you can focus on your favorites.
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A 4,000 year-old stone constructed megalithic site located on Mystery Hill in Salem, Massachusetts.
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