When scouting for loft units to purchase or rent, buyers are usually very keen when it comes to spotting potential problems in the loft. From the moment you go online on their computers to check out properties of interest to the actual site visit, you’re probably already taking note of each issue that crops up.
Despite, or perhaps because of, all the attention focused on the actual loft unit, many people fail to ask about one very important factor – the parking.
Do not assume that parking space is included in the deal just because a loft development looks good. Make sure you ask if there’s any available parking space left and the additional cost of getting one. You should check out its location and security situation. The last thing you want is to have a great loft but park your car several blocks away, or have your own parking space but one that is not secure.