So why would a prospective buyer not fully check out the neighborhood?
If you have found the house you really like why not go further and...
- come back later and walk the neighborhood and speak with a few of the neighbors?
- call the local law enforcement agency and inquire about crime statistics/rate for the neighborhood?
- find out who the association president is and give them a call (and the treasurer as well) to discuss any HOA issues or pending assessments or financial challenges?
- check out the Florida sexual offender database to find out if there are any potential concerns?
- visit the schools to confirm which Brevard County school your children will attend and ask for a tour?
- find out if any of your neighbors run a business from home (if permissible) and how much traffic it brings the area? [If it is compliance with zoning.]
When purchasing a home you are also purchasing a lifestyle outside your property boundaries.
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