🏠 ☔Why Seeing Homes in the Rain Is A Good Idea 🏠 ☔
In my opinion, there’s no better time to see a house than when it’s raining. Now, I don’t mean it has to be flooding or anything, but a nice steady rain is a good time to see a house.
See, rain isn’t always a bad thing! While getting in and out of cars and traipsing through a house might not be your idea of a great time, if you really want to get a close look at a house, I’ve found that seeing it when it’s raining can often be helpful. Most of the time it’s not quite as serious as a swimming pool in the downstairs; sometimes it’s as simple as a window seal that’s showing condensation that might not otherwise be there during a dry time, or standing water in poor-draining sections of a backyard.
So next time you want to take a really good look at a house, let me know; I’ll bring the waders. But so we’re clear, I also like looking at houses when it’s sunny, too.