What is the Life Expectancy of Appliances in Your Home?

Kitchen Stove in Prescott homeIn addition to having to consider the location of the home, price, floorplans and layout, and overall condition of the home  . . . .  home buyers need to consider the age of the systems and appliances in the home.  After using appliances consistently over the years, their mechanical parts wear out and get run down.  Replacing an air conditioning unit, a water heater, or oven can be very costly and severely impact the ‘cost’ of the home.

Here is an article that does a good job outlining what to expect on the life of systems and appliances in a home as well as the expected cost to replace them.  Read Article Here

John Gorden with BloomTree Realty is an expert on everything you need to consider when purchasing a home.  John’s Real Estate education has taken him through both Residential and Commercial Real Estate transactions.  Trained as an Accredited Buyers Representative with the National Association of Realtors, this ABR designation lets him share positive insights with Buyers regarding the potential purchase of Real Estate.  In addition, John holds a CNE which is a Certified Negotiation Expert by the National Association of Realtors.  On the commercial side, John holds a CCSS “Certified Commercial Sales Specialist” awarded by the commercial Real Estate Institute.

Give John Gorden a call at 928-308-0101 for more information.

 

Consider Life of Appliance When buying a home