There’s a lot to think about when deciding to take the plunge into home ownership, and though your Arizona realtor does their best to help you understand the process, some details can go unmentioned. Some are minor annoyances, while others are potentially dangerous. Here are a few things you need to be aware of before you sign that contract.
You probably won’t be able to move in the day you sign. You have to wait until the loan is funded to get your keys. In many states, the buyer, seller, agents, escrow officer, and the lender meet to finalize the deal. Everything gets handled in one sitting, and the keys are handed to the new homeowner. Here in Arizona, buyers will typically go to the title office to sign the papers by themselves or with their agent—the lender and seller are not present. You may have to wait a few days before all of the other parties involved sign off on the contract before you get your keys.
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Some rather unpleasant creatures may still reside in your dream home’s neighborhood. It’s not uncommon to find scorpions, cockroaches (including sewer roaches), and black widows spiders in Arizona homes and yards. Make sure you ask your realtor and inspector about any problems with infestations of bugs, rodents, pigeons, and even the possibility of coyotes roaming around at night, before you buy. If they aren’t aware of any issues, you could call the city or even the Home Owners Association in which the property is located.
Upcoming construction projects may make the streets surrounding the home or neighborhood a lot busier. Ask your realtor if there’s any major construction scheduled to start within a few miles of the home. The neighborhood may seem fairly quiet now, and not heavily trafficked, but road closures due to construction can clog up surface streets. More recently in the Valley, new construction on portions of Loop 303 are sure to give way to more businesses and housing developments cropping up, which will also affect traffic flow, but permanently.
They are not legally required to disclose certain things. In Arizona, real estate agents do not have to disclose deaths in a home (even if the death was a result of murder), if a home was occupied by someone who was exposed to or diagnosed with a disease that isn’t known to be transmitted through common occupancy, or if the home is located near the residence of a sex offender. You may need to do some of your own digging through public records and registries to find these things out.
If you’re worried that some important detail will be overlooked when you go through the process of buying a home in Arizona, get in touch with us and put our experience and knowledge of the Valley and surrounding areas to work for you. Our Arizona Realtors are here to help. Call us at 602.753.7801 or by going to the top of the page.