Insuring your interests
At time of purchase, many home buyers do not understand the interest they have in the property beyond the actual property value itself. Obviously, the property is worth, at minimum, the price paid. But what if there was a fire, the property was burglarized, someone was injured, or home values have increased in the neighborhood since the last buyer’s purchase?
Home buyers should make certain that they have an insurable interest in the property prior to closing, after an agreement has been reached. The presence of homeowners insurance will protect the buyer’s interest in the property from all angles–prior to and after possession.
Ask the professionals
Thinking of buying or selling a home or office? Need someone to help you through the process? Contact the professionals at Bradford Real Estate. As a full-service brokerage, you’ll have access to our expertise as well as our network of qualified mortgage lenders, title companies, inspectors, appraisers, and contracting partners to ensure a smooth and enjoyable transaction from initial meeting to closing.