Buy a Home and Fix it Up or Buy a Home With No Issues for Higher Cost?

Buy a Home and Fix it Up or Buy a Home With No Issues for Higher Cost?

There are cracks in the roof, doors, and windows of a possible new home that you are looking at. It’s your dream home. Are the cracks going to make the home an automatic no for you? Is a part of your dream home the fact that you don’t have to repair anything? Lots of times people will look right past the idea of buying a home if there are foundation problems. The advantage of these homes is that they are cheap in comparison to the other homes that don’t have any of these problems and the cost of fixing them is less but may be a lot more stressful. OCRegister took an online poll to see whether people would buy a home if they needed to do extensive repairs on it. 21% of people said “Yes”, they would buy a home if it needed foundation repair. 49% of people said “No” and 30% said it depends.

Original article: Would you buy a home with a bad foundation?

More about the author of this article:

Hi, I would like to introduce myself, my name is Jorge Martinez. I’m a full time Realtor at RE/MAX of N.O.C. We service the Orange County real estate market. I have lived and worked in Orange County since 1989.

I like working in Orange County and its surrounding areas but most of all I like the people that I have met and come across in all these years.

I’m a member of the Pacific West Association of Realtors, California Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors. It is only with  these memberships that  I’m allowed to be a designated Realtor. I uphold to a strict code of ethics. I graduated from the Realtor Institute Earning the GRI Designation. In addition, I’m also a Public Notary.

I’am a very enthusiastic, hardworking person, and remain professional at all times.   I work well under pressure. My mission is to provide the very best real estate service to all of my clients in the purchase and selling of residential real estate in Orange County.  This  includes 1031 deferred exchange.  I want them to feel not only satisfied  but I want to make them delighted to have worked with me. I am sharing this with you because I feel it’s important for you to know what I believe and how I feel about representing you.

If you’re looking for an experienced full time real estate agent in Orange County, look no further. I specialize in SFR, CDPE, GRI, Short Sale, REO, and Foreclosures.

Disclaimer: All information in this blog is deemed reliable but is subject to change at any time and is not guaranteed to be accurate nor are there any warrantees either express or implied. This blog is not intended to offer any legal, tax or other advice.


About North Orange County Real Estate

I have been in the Real Estate Industry for over 22 years. Since 1988 I have been the Broker/Owner of RE/MAX North Orange County. RE/MAX NOC has successfully closed over 8,000 transactions for both residential and commercial real estate. Earning myself Re/Max's prestigous Re/Max Hall of Fame Award. I also uses the latest technology and communication tools with Zillow, Active Rain and Facebook. Being an adventurer at heart I love to give back to the community and support local causes; I am very involved in Fullerton's Community and am a strong supporter of the Children' s Miracle Network, Susan G. Komen race for the cure, Meals on Wheels, Toys for Tots and the Fullerton Rotary. Yet in today's climate I prefers Honda's over BMW's. For more information about me you can visit me on Facebook or Active Rain. Don't settle for just any real estate agent or company for your home buying or home selling needs in Orange County. Give yourself the advantage of working with the best... Ron Holborn!
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