Over the past 15 years, as a Real Estate Licensed Salesperson, throughout the State of New York, I have often, witnessed, prospective home buyers who allow their emotions dictate their purchases of a house, rather than blue world city Islamabad, following a path that is aligned between their rational and emotional parts with a head/ heart balance! Because, for the majority of people homeowners, their home, represents, the most important and most valuable financial asset, shouldn't it make sense, for every, potential homeowner to take the time to review and inspect, all the factors possibleprior to making major commitments? With, that in mind, this article will attempt to briefly consider, examine, review and analyze five major areas, which, I strongly recommendbeing cautiously examined, examined and then reviewed prior to making a final decision.

1. Windows, roofs, and so on:In many states, a condition, of a sale is, simply, having a roof that does not leak! However, most roofsare rated with a specified, functional periodof time, or life span, generally between 20 and 40 years. It is evident that the longer timeframe is considered to be the best quality! Whenwas it put in, and, how many layers, of roofing, are, on the existing one? Are they leak - free, or will it need repair, or replacement, at some point in the future? Are the windows in place original, or replacement ones, and, if, the latter, when were they replaced, and with which type of window? Are they leaky, draft-free and single or double - pane? what kind of material, and which manufacturer, and also how good the installation? It is essential to inspect them thoroughly and considered!

2. HVAC(Heating Ventilation, Heating, Air Conditioning, etc.):What fuel is used, and in what condition is the current heating system? How about air quality/ ventilation? Are there any odors or other odors that are evident? If there's an air conditioning system what kind is it? which is energy-efficient and quiet? Is it well filtering, and when was it installed, and is it effective and effective? Since, replacing these type of elements, is usually expensive and costly, wouldn't it seem reasonable?

3. Basement:Don't make the mistake of ignoring the basement! A thorough investigation of it, often, will provide significant information, such as: air quality issues; water damage in the past, structural problems; etc.

4. Plumbing and electrical:Have all plumbing and electrical components thoroughly examined/ inspected! Always flush every toilet, run each faucet, check outside water lines, etc. Look for leaks, pressure problems and more! Additionally, you should check every socket, lighting fixture, and other wires, be sure to have the electrical box checked for its security, integrity, and effectiveness!

5. Land and exterior factors - pitch/ drainage, and more:Check, both, all outside factors that affect the house/building, as well as the remainder of the property itself! Make sure you are aware of the pitch of the land, to ensure it's level, away from the home, and also, that all locations that could affect drainage, etc., looked at closely and even in depth!

Because, the majority of people don't have the experience to effectively, thoroughly look over, and analyze, these vital, essential factors/ issues an informed, prospective homeowner should go about his business equipped with the necessary knowledge. must be aware of these issues and get an experienced home inspector or engineer! Proceed, as a wise, home buyer!