Our real estate agents know the roof is one of the most important parts of any home. Not only does the roof protect your well-being and comfort, but it also safeguards the entire structure.
When there are problems with the roof, it can create a domino effect that leaves the rest of the building vulnerable. Ultimately, a damaged roof can even lead to cracks in the foundation.
In a world of increasingly wild weather, it's never been more essential to have a durable roof. And with New England winters being what they are, a major leak is the last thing anyone wants.
So, when it's time to sell your home, it's vital to ask the question: Should you repair the roof?
Roof repair is something many sellers want to avoid. Although it can raise the sale price of your home, you won't usually recover your entire investment. However, there are some situations where getting roof repair done early on will help you out in the long run.
At a certain point, almost every homeowner faces a choice. Maybe your family has grown, your work-from-home business has blown up, or your house simply doesn't have space for the lifestyle you want. Whatever the reason, your current home no longer meets your needs, so it's time to decide whether you should remodel or relocate. Our real estate agents are here to help with that choice.
When you're buying a home, your final walk-through is an exciting moment. This is the crowning moment after months of research and negotiations to go through the property and confirm everything is in the condition you expect. Our real estate agents will go through the home step-by-step with you to ensure the following items on this checklist are accounted for.