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6 Tricks to Spot If Your Condo Has a Criminal Record Finding a new condo can be exciting, but it is a process which needs more attention. Have you check for the danger signs, if not check now. If you buy a condo with a criminal past, you will surely get the spooky nightmares. Yes, it might happen with the rental and as well as sales. If your building has been a site for the criminal activity, there are chances that you may never tell this.

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The very first sign is often that the asking rate is far below the market price. If you find a condominium which looks like a great offer, ask what’s the matter (while considering location and condition.) 2. Check Criminal Record Here are many things which contribute to choosing the right place. While the most of the buyer focus on the price, size, location, and charm while searching for the dream condo, it is quite easy to avoid another vital factor, i.e., its criminal record. An apartment which has been a location for the crime can make a significant impact on it future owners. So, an unethical seller may ignore the price and keep silent if there is something like this. The people who have moved into the apartments where the drug dealing or prostitution racket took place many experiences both the inevitable and unsettling future in their new location. When the disreputable strangers line around the area and knock on the door finding for the previous owner, there is sure that safety and privacy get compromised. 3. Ask for Written Request about past But sadly, in a lot of cases where a condominium has criminal past, the seller and broker hide the property where deaths, homicide or crime, suicide. Plus, also skip disclosing even upon a written request of the buyer or buyer’s agent. If the buyer plea for the written proof for such type of information, the seller does not agree, it means there is a sign of potential red flags. So, the best thing the avid buyers can do is doing own research. 4. Start Investigating Online Perform the basic internet research i.e., enter the exact address on Google or a site which provides criminal reports by location. If you get no result, the apartment is clean.


5. Check Police Reports After that check police reports for the unit, you are planning to buy to see if your future condo or the nearby have experienced a criminal activity or not. After scanning the results, also check for the break-ins, sex, and drug-related activity and near the apartment. All this could indicate potential danger for new owners. Also, research any accidents, like as structural damage or fires which may have occurred in the building. 6. Ask the Neighbors Just knock the few doors near your future condo and ask the inhabitants about the illegal or unusual things and tragedies which may have occurred around the complex. Know whether the community feels safe and if they find strangers roam around. It even helps you to know the place well. Make sure you ask in a friendly and casual way so that your future neighbors don’t think you're accusing them of doing something illegal.

6 Tricks to Spot If Your Condo Has a Criminal Record  

If you are looking for a dream condo in the Downtown Montreal, then Tour des Canadiens 3 for sale is the best option to make your dream come...

6 Tricks to Spot If Your Condo Has a Criminal Record  

If you are looking for a dream condo in the Downtown Montreal, then Tour des Canadiens 3 for sale is the best option to make your dream come...

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