1. Keep your closing papers in a safe place. They are valuable! You will use them to figure out tax deductions for the year and in the future, they will come in handy when the property is sold again.
2. Confirm with your insurance professional that your homeowners insurance is active and in place, including fire, theft, and liability insurance.
3. Purchase or renew a Home Warranty, which can safe-guard against costly, unexpected repairs and replacements on the home’s critical systems and appliances. (See our list of referred Home Wa