How To Buy A House With An Indoor Pool
Are you wondering how to buy a house with an indoor pool? If you or a family member loves to swim, an indoor pool is an ideal investment. Geographic location dictates the number of homes with indoor pools more than any other factor.
- Financing. Unless you can pay cash for a house with an indoor pool, financing will need to be in place before a realtor can place a bid. If you will be financing through a bank, contact them to prequalify so you can estimate how much house you can comfortably afford to invest in. If you have family or friends that can help with the initial down payment, you may be able to afford a larger home or a home with more amenities.
- Contact a realtor. Realtors have new MLS listings showing up on their computers daily. If you have a specific area in mind, let them know where you prefer to reside, how much home you can afford and what amenities besides the indoor pool you need or want in your home.
- If you have a home to sell get it listed immediately. Whether you sell by owner or utilize a realtor, the sooner you list your home the better. If you need the money from your current investment for a new home, you will want to sell it as soon as possible for the most reasonable offer.
- Watch real estate sections in newspapers. You can have local papers sent to your home or office or subscribe to the online version of newspapers for listings in an area you prefer to reside in. Check the ads for homes listed with indoor pools.
Posted on: Aug. 02, 2010