Old House

  • Utility Service Problems in Older Homes - Our home was built in the 1950s and has overhead utilities. In other words we have telephone poles in our neighborhood and some of the homes have low high-voltage wires going to them.
  • Building or Remodeling in an Old Neighborhood - One of the biggest problems with building a new home in an area that's already built out is that you can't find any lots to build on. Your only option is tearing down the old house and building a new one. Your options are limited in areas where land is too expensive or are there aren't any vacant lots available.
  • Older Homes with No Dryer Hookups - I know it's hard to imagine that people use to hang their clothes out to dry on a clotheslines. I don't think anyone that was born after 1990, even knows what a clothesline is. Well it's true some older homes weren't built with dryer hookups and homes that were built before the 1940s might not have wash machine hookups either.
  • Saving Money with a Home Inspection Checklist - Here's a concept that most people don't think about when purchasing a home. Shopping with a home inspection checklist. Most home buyers today, contact a real estate professional when they choose to start shopping for a house, after they find the home of their dreams, it's time for a loan.