For decades, the ranch house has served as a haven for young and old to gather for socializing, share their interests and have fun.
It’s a safe, secluded, and well-kept space that’s also easy to get around and easy to visit.
Now, the home is in need of a major renovation, as the current owners are planning to sell their house and start over.
The ranch house, in particular, is on the market, with prospective buyers looking to make it more appealing.
Here are some of the questions that are on the minds of potential buyers: Is it safe to stay in the house?
Will I be able to keep my belongings?
Will my family be comfortable?
What is the plan for renovations?
Does the house have a lot of room for my family?
Can I use the house for more than just the house alone?
Can it be used as a retreat?
Are there enough bedrooms?
Can you have a fire pit in the backyard?
Can my kids play outside in the front yard?
Can they use the backyard for fishing or birdwatching?
How much can I expect to spend?
Is there a pool?
How many bedrooms are available?
Will there be a backyard?
Is the pool included?
How far away will I be from my kids and other family members?
Can children use the pool?
Can pets be brought into the backyard without being spayed or neutered?
Will the house be able and willing to take on the additional costs of moving?
Can the house accommodate a second home?
Will people be able or willing to pay more than they would for a home on the same lot?
What will happen to the property if the sale goes through?
What if I don’t get the money?
What happens if my property taxes go up or down?
Can a homeowner be evicted?
What can I do to keep the property from going to foreclosure?
What are the best ways to pay for a remodel?
How do I know if a sale is a good fit?
Is it possible to find a buyer?
What do I do if I can’t find the right person?
Are you a seller?
What should I do with my house?