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Our Real Estate Expert Says You Should Keep These Important Home Records
When purchasing a home, it's vital to maintain and safely store key documents, a practice strongly recommended by Demetrios Sourmaidis, Director of Operations at Square
Foot Homes.
Essential documents include deed and title records, which serve as proof of property ownership and are necessary for future sales, refinancing, or resolving boundary issues.
Additionally, it's important to keep a copy of your homeowner's insurance policy, which is necessary for handling any potential claims or disputes over covered damages.
Furthermore, if your home or its appliances are under warranty, having these documents readily accessible is crucial for addressing necessary repairs
or replacements.
It's also critical to store digital copies of these documents so they can be accessed anytime and anywhere and to have a backup in case physical copies are lost or destroyed.