This post is taken from an article by Lisa Marie Conklin on Realtor.com
It might be easy to gloss over the bathroom when you're touring a home in person—but it's even easier to do so when you're viewing it by video, as many of us are doing in the age of the coronavirus. It's a smaller space than most in the house, and, at first glance, there's not much to take in: toilet, shower, vanity—that's all you need, right?
Experts say there's a whole lot more you should be looking at in the bathroom besides the sleek vanity and sparkling bathtub. Make sure to inspect—or ask your agent to scope out for you—these potential problem areas.
1. Funky odors
2. No bathroom vent fan
3. Bad lighting
4. No privacy
5. Squishy floor
6. Old bathtub
7. Problems under the sink
8. No storage
9. Mildew or gaps in the shower grout
10. A tiny shower
11. Bathroom is in a weird spot in the home
12. Not enough outlets
13. A bad toilet
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