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5 Do’s and Don’ts When Buying Milton FL Real Estate

Jun 16th 2015 at 11:50 PM


The city of Milton is a rather small city in Santa Rosa County, Florida. Incorporated in 1844, it is home to the Naval Air Station, Whiting Field. The population for 2013 was estimated at just fewer than 9,500 in the 2013 U.S. census. Milton is the county seat for Santa Rosa County, Florida. Milton is the short name for Mill Town, which it was called in the early days of the lumber mill industry. We are going to look at buying Milton FL Real estate.

There are certain things to consider when making a large investment such as real estate. What are some of the do’s and don’ts of buying Milton FL. Real Estate?

We will consider some of the things you do not want to do, then counteract with things you will want to do. You do not want to dive into the ocean just yet. The single most important thing to ‘do’ is research. From the time you decided to buy property in Navarre, or Milton Florida, your research began.

Things to Research

So now you are searching for Navarre FL Real Estate. You don’t want to choose the first one you see in your search results. Check out several, you can also find service providers on the other pages of Google.

Of course you will want o make sure they are licensed and certified in that area, and do not be afraid to talk to them, and get to know them some.

Don’t assume the house is as good as it looks. Ask questions and do some research. Never assume the agent has all the answers, the Navarre Beach Real Estate agency you chose could have easily gotten misinformation about the property.

Do have the house checked and inspected by licensed professionals for flood, storm, or insect damage.

What questions to ask?

Here are the do’s and don’t’s for Navarre Beach Real Estate:


  1. Do check the house for history of flood and storm damage. Structural damage and general disrepair are often not visibly seen until a closer inspection is preformed.

  2. Don’t assume the neighborhood is quiet.

  3. Do security checks of the neighborhood by checking police records. These are a matter of public record, you can find out this information at the local courthouse.

  4. Don’t assume that your insurance policy covers everything, have it looked over by a local attorney that knows the area and history.

  5. Do consider the risk of a hurricane or flood. Can you be prepared for an evacuation?

When shopping for Milton FL Real Estate, do keep these tips in mind. Bottomline: the key ‘Do’ is research, making sure you have all the facts. The key ‘Don’t’ is to assume anything concerning your real estate needs.

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