Property Viewing Checklist

• Be respectful of a seller’s space and any possessions still in the home.

• Keep an open mind; your team can help you see the potential in each space.

• Consider taking a journal or photos to document the unique features of each property so you can accurately recall and compare features at a later time.

• Check for common structural problems that may present themselves in the form or  cracks, chipping or water damage.

• Arrange a home inspector who will be able to recognize problems that may not be  visible to the average homebuyer.

• Bring a tape measure; you may want to compare the space or determine how furniture  and fixtures will fit.

• Listen for any environmental noise, including traffic, trains, airplanes, etc.

• Compare the listing details to the property’s tax records. Unrecorded additions or  disparate information could indicate title issues.