One of the most important things you can do when you are thinking about purchasing a home is to get in touch with a lender to get your prequalification. The very best homes are sold quickly, sometimes within 48 hours of a listing going public. Buyers who are already prequalified with a lender are often notified BEFORE homes are listed publicly, giving them the first shot at the best homes at the best prices.
It only takes a few minutes to get the process started, and I am happy to refer you to quality lenders who are familiar with working with Nome. We have agents that specialize in first time homebuyers who will walk you thru the process for FREE!
• 1,512 sq. ft., 2 bath, 3 bdrm single story – $265,000.
East End, City of Nome – This inviting home is in a great location! It is walking distance to the Hospital, Recreation Center and Elementary School. It boasts a huge back yard on a quiet alley with views of Anvil Mountain. This location, coupled with the new flooring, arctic clad windows, doors, appliances, fixtures and insulation make this home a great deal!
The master bedroom has a large sitting room or den that could easily be used as a mother-in-law apartment, 4th bedroom or perhaps you would like have Bed and Breakfast in your new home.
The kitchen is well equipment with a new stainless steel refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave. The breakfast bar is open to the dining room making it a great space for entertaining or relaxing with a steaming cup of hot cocoa! With such easy access the open tundra and trails for skiing, walking or snowshoeing you may find yourself drinking a lot of hot cocoa!
A toilet works by gravity: The water in the tank—just enough to fill the bowl—drops down and pushes waste through the drain. The float drops, opening a valve that lets in water to refill the bowl and the tank simultaneously. The valve closes when the float rises far enough to shut off the water.
If the water from the tank can’t leave the bowl fast enough, then the refill will spill over. To stop the refill action, take off the top of the tank, grab the float, and pull it up to close the valve. That should give you time to reach down and shut off the water, or at least wait for some of the water in the bowl to drain.
A great book for homeowners is The Black & Decker Complete Guide to Plumbing for Homeowners, available on Amazon. It covers simple repairs like changing a faucet, Codes, how to install Pex, and is a wealth of information.