When you’re buying a house, you KNOW to look not just at the house but at the neighborhood and area as well.
However, when we do this, we tend to only think about things like the proximity to grocery stores, entertainment districts, and schools.
When we do this, we miss some really big, really important questions.
❓ Is the subdivision engrained within other neighborhoods, or do development companies have the ability to put a gas station, warehouse, hospital, etc right across the street from the entrance to the subdivision?
❓ If and when traffic increases on the road the subdivision is built off of, will I still be able to easily get out of my neighborhood and will I start hearing traffic ...