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If you are planning on listing your home for sale, and it has a septic system, you can only list the home for the number of bedrooms the septic system was approved for. For example, if you have a four-bedroom home and the sewage system is only approved for three bedrooms, you have to list your home as a three-bedroom home. You may want to state in the remarks section, that there is an additional room that could be used as a bonus room, craft room, storage room, or office.Read More
Investing in a home is a big decision. Try to avoid the following home owner regrets, by talking with one of Brody Broker’s real estate agents. They are always happy to assist you with your investment decision, which can be very stressful, so that you are happy with your home/land purchase.Read More
When looking for land you need to walk it looking up, down and all around. Verify all corners, revisit it under different weather conditions, and thoroughly checkout the neighborhood.
Your due diligence must include soils analysis, geological conditions, and exposure to the prevailing winds and weather. Be sure to check out all state and local regulations as to setbacks from streams, wetlands, and other protected areas.
Living in Western Washington where earthquakes happen and power outages may occur from strong winds or excessive rains, it helps to be prepared. With the occasional winter storms that bring snow and ice you might also need to shelter-in-place, because it is too dangerous to drive to a store.Read More
Do you wish there was some way to get involved in your community? Have you heard about the Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.)? The following link will explain a great way to be involved in your neighborhood to prepare for emergencies that might happen in our community.Read More
There are many homes in Clallam County that have septic systems. If you have never lived in a home with a septic system you may be curious how one works, before purchasing your new home on the Olympic Peninsula.
The water runs out of your house from one main drainage pipe into a septic tank.Read More
While deciding if life on the Olympic Peninsula is for you, please take some time to drive in to the Olympic National Park, and either hike or mountain bike in on some of the gorgeous trails, in between house showings. The beauty of the Olympic National Park is unmatched.Read More
If potential buyers like what they see on-line, they might do a drive-by to check out your home and the neighborhood, before calling an agent to take a tour of the inside of your home. In this way, they try and visualize themselves living in your home and neighborhood.Read More