sale villa via isernia milano
Sale villa via isernia milano
|BEDS||3 bedrooms, 4/5 sleeps|
|SIZE||140 square meters|
|FLOOR||villa of 3 floors|
Description of sale villa via isernia Milano
Sale villa via isernia milano is near the Red Metro QT8, we offer villa of 140 square meters on 3 floors.
Sale villa via isernia milano. On the basement we have:
- basement with fireplace,
- utility room,
- laundry room,
- heated double garage,
- boiler room,
- local waste outside
Sale villa via isernia milano. On the mezzanine we have:
- double entry,
- double living room,
- dining room,
- wide staircase,
- access and bathroom designed for the disabled
Map of sale villa via isernia milano
|METRO||red line QT8|
Services of sale villa via isernia milano
|AIR CONDITIONING||independent heating|
|OTHER||courtyard, security doors|
5 Tips for buying a home
Making the decision to purchase a property is an exciting time, but it can often come with a little anxiety. Don’t stress. The process doesn’t have to be daunting. If you have a plan of attack, purchasing a property can actually be an enjoyable process.
1. Start the savings habit early
While most lenders require a deposit of at least 5% of the property’s value, bigger is definitely better. A larger deposit may help you to avoid costly Lenders Mortgage Insurance, which is charged when a home buyer borrows more than 80% of the property’s value. Putting a savings strategy in place early on in your financial lifecycle will make it easier to obtain finance and purchase your dream home down the track.
2. Get your finance pre-approved
When it comes to negotiation property sellers are often attracted to buyers who have pre-approved finance over those who don’t. Loan pre-approval lets you head into the purchase process knowing the maximum amount you have to spend on the property, giving you confidence to buy at auction or negotiate on price. It also saves you from looking at places that aren’t in your price range.
3. Know what you want
Write down a list of features that the property must have, including the number of bedrooms and bathrooms you require, whether you need a covered garage for your vintage car, or perhaps a generous backyard for your Golden Retriever. Once you know exactly what you’re looking for, you can narrow down the list of homes you wish to inspect. Don’t visit properties that don’t meet most of your requirements – unless you’re willing to spend big on renovations.
4. Save time by using professionals
A mortgage broker can take a lot of the stress out of the home buying process. They’ll be able to do a lot of the leg work for you and help you understand exactly what is required throughout the home buying journey. They’ll also be able to help you choose the right home loan for your needs – both now and in the future.
5. Do your inspections
Once you’ve found the property of your dreams (or at least one that’ll help you on your journey), it can be a good idea to conduct pest and building inspections. Professional inspections can give you insight into whether that property is worth buying. If it’s not, that simple inspection may save you a lot of pain and money in the long run.
9 things to check before you buy a home
Attending an open for inspection can be a daunting task for anyone, no matter how experienced you are.
1. Are there any water stains or corrosion to the walls backing onto the showers or baths?
Try to look at the walls backing onto these areas for any signs of moisture penetration or water leaks. This is not a structural defect but can be a costly maintenance item for repair.
2. Check the ceilings are not sagging.
Look at the ceilings to see if they are fixed firmly flush into place and do not have a ‘parachute’ appearance. This can be easily done by shining a torch across the ceilings, as this will show up all deflections and defects in the ceiling sheets.
3. Check inside the cabinets in all the wet areas.
All cabinets should be opened to detect if there is a smell of damp, mould and mildew. Any damp smells can be an indication of water leaks or even rising damp.
4. Check the walls for large cracks.
The internal and external walls should be visually checked to note any large wall cracks. Cracks that are greater than 2.0mm in width or properties with excessive cracking can be cause for concern and should be further inspected by a qualified building inspector.
5. Is there any evidence of mould in the bathrooms or bedrooms?
Mould can just look like dirty clouds on the walls and ceilings, especially if they have been recently cleaned. Mould has to be cleaned by professional mould remediation companies and can be quite expensive to have removed. Plus there is the question of the initial cause of the mould, is it more than just bad upkeep?
6. Check the internal wall plastering for fine cracks.
The internal wall plastering can be easily checked for fine hairline cracks (map cracking, as they take on the appearance of a map). These cracks are caused by the incorrect application of the wall plastering at the time of construction. Once these cracks are found in one area of the property you will usually find it in multiple areas. The cracking plaster can crack further and even come loose, especially when wall fixings for paintings are installed.
7. Check the external roof lines.
Look up the lines of the roof externally if possible to check if they are straight and free from deflections.
8. Check the roof gutters are not rusted on their inside edges.
The roof gutters may look great from ground level but if checked from their top side they may appear very corroded and soon require replacement.
9. Are there drain holes on the external perimeter walls of the home?
This item is important for multi-storey properties. There should be small holes evident above and below window and door frames and along the suspended slab levels. The holes will usually be spaced approximately 1200mm apart. These holes allow water to escape from the cavity walls. Without these holes water can penetrate the internal walls of the home and cause ongoing and expensive maintenance.
If you’re in any doubt, it can be a good idea to get a professional in to give a detailed report for peace of mind.