Managing Utilities Makes Great Home Shopping — A Step-by-Step Guide on Moving House Utilities Checklist
When you first come into our F.O.C.U.S. Consultation, we asked some simple questions just to determine how effective a real estate consumer you are. It doesn't matter if you; are looking for a home on sale, want an apartment for rent, planning to buy a building, or interested in getting that tract of land to put in 200 PUDs. The questions are so simple and so revealing that from your response we can design a PERT chart for your project.
Don't go crazy about the word "project" because whether you are selling your mansion or just putting your condominium for let while you take that new job on the other side of the county, we refer to your goals and objectives as a "project." You may see real estate transactions like buying and selling -- we do projects because when a shopper asks, "How much is the listed price for property Z?" we kickoff a whole series of negotiated measures to help that shopper to take it home.
Nevertheless, before we segue and miss this post's objective, I will make it clear. When you are clear and precise about your utilities, it makes you a more definite real estate shopper. "How the hell...?" You say. See if you can understand what I am saying from the following way.
Here is a simple question example: How much rent are you paying for where you are living now? Response from Shopper A example: $1,500 per month and they are going to raise it to $1,550 next month. Response from Shopper B example: Space cost $1,500 and the utilities run another $300 for gas, water, and electricity. then we pay $100 per month to park downtown. So that's $1,900 a month.
If you were me, Which shopper would you find more solutions to help? Hands down...Shopper B every time! The following article is about preparing to move. It highlights a step-by-step guide to transferring your utilities. I think its good to have the knowledge before you are set to move. It can give you some more buying power.
Read on and I would love to read your comments.
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