50 Important Things You Should Do Before You Buy A House

Make sure to keep your eyes peeled for any potential damage that will cost you money when you move into your new house. Credit: Pexels

2. Keep Your Eyes Open At All Times

When touring a house, pay very close attention to tiny details. Are their cracks in the window panes, or on the walls inside and outside? Does it look like there might be a termite infestation? Is there water damage on the ceiling? All of this can be signs of potential issues that will cost a lot of money. Keep a mental note, or pull out your cellphone and take photos of anything that you think is concerning.