1. Choosing the right neighborhood
is important for which of the following reasons:a.
the neighborhood affects your property value and price at resaleb.
proximity to work, schools and conveniences affects your daily lifec.
some towns and counties regulate home pricesd. you have to feel comfortable with the community you're in e.
all of the above
2. Which of the following affects your potential
commute to and from work?a.
distance to workplaceb.
traffic congestionc. access to public transportationd. all of the above
3. Which of the following factors determine school
standardized test scores compared to state or national averages b.
class sizec. distance
from home, i.e., length of car or bus rided. all of the above
4. Which of the following are potential
neighborhood nuisances to avoid?a.
future home construction projects that could crowd the neighborhood or roadsb.
sports arenas, highways or airportsc.
trees that drop leaves on the street d.
cars parking on your street from neighborhood businesses
A buyer-broker agent can assist in your home search by:a.
identifying homes on the Multiple Listing Serviceb.
providing expertise about neighborhoods, home values and the real estate marketc.
providing objective information and pros and cons for a particular neighborhood
or homed. all
of the above
True or False:
6. Homes farther
out from the city are generally higher in priceTrue
Homeowner associations can dictate the use and appearance of homes and yardsTrue
A neighborhood's character can change at nightTrue
9. New-home salespersons are usually the best source of information on possible
problems from future construction or neighborhood nuisancesTrue
Finding the right home is a matter of balancing a home's features, price and the
neighborhood it's inTrue
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