Older (Mature) Neighborhood Home buying Tip
Today I want to share a personal Real Estate buying tip in an Older neighborhood. This is one I have learned with homes I purchased and own. The video I’m sharing with you is my personal home. It was built in 1956 and sits on an irrigation lot. That means every couple of weeks or once a month I get a half-foot of water from the back to the front of the house. I love it.
I actually think it cools the neighborhood down when it’s flood irrigation day. Because of the deep watering my landscape has matured and the roots have grown on all my trees I panted 15 years ago and the landscaping that was here for almost 60 years. These neighborhoods are very popular in the Central phoenix corridor and highly sought after.
My my persona tip to anyone looking to buy in the area and other areas is the have the main sewer line Camera. It will cost between $100 to $200 to have it done but it could save you thousands. Because these homes are older you probably have some roots growing in the line. Some roots ok but if the life is going to cave in because of this you will pay over $5,000 to have it fixed and it could be way more.
If they have to dig under a patio or take out some trees. You can email me for a good price plumber in the Arizona area who will stick a camera in the line and show you everything and leave you a tape. I have to rooter mine every 6 months to keep it open and soon pay over 10,000 to have it redone. I hope this tip can help save you. Thank you and stay safe everyone. More Real Estate tips coming your way.