When you’re looking at homes, one of the things you’re evaluating is the outdoor space. Maybe you’ve got pets and you’re looking for a large, fenced-in back yard. Or maybe you have kids and you want enough space to set up a swing set. When you’re shopping for homes, don’t forget to consider this important piece of the puzzle. You may not be able to take the seller’s word for where your property line is located – make sure you follow up and confirm that the property lines are where you think they are.
Don’t Use Existing Amenities to Judge Property Lines
When looking at homes, you can’t use existing amenities to judge property lines. It’s easy to see a fenced yard and imagine that’s where your property line is located. But a fence may not actually be on the property line – the property could actually extend beyond…
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