For new couples, mature couples and singles who want their own space, a new house is something that is closer to a dream becoming reality. You save up a lot of money, or go for that loan you never wanted to get, just so that you can get your own permanent space. But not all of us who end up doing that investment, end up with our happily ever after. Sometimes there are issues in the house, in the paperwork and then with the other random things like neighbors and the land. So here are the doubts that you should keep with yourself and find answers for during your house hunting.Do not go with the flowIn some instances, we tire of all the details that we need to go through during the process that we end up just going with the flow of the financial advisor. But you need to intently avoid this scenario in order to stay away from paying too much money. Most people end up paying too much for a piece of real estate or house because they did not care enough to check the details. These are the times that you need to get professional opinions from residential property investment calculator and property valuators.Reading makes you smarterMake sure to use all the material you can find online or offline to back up your decisions. You should have professional services of capital gains tax residence and financial advisors with you to double check the information you find. They will know of the most current information as sometimes you find outdated information online.Location and all the detailsCheck out many property places that catch your eyes. Do your research on each and every place and make sure everything is fine before you go for experts. You should check for the general condition of the house, neighbors’, the house’s yard or garden, roofing and parking and such details. These are what matters when you end up living in the house. Distance to schools (if you have kids or plan to), public transport options, and waste disposal options, cultural diversity in the area, shopping and farmer’s markets and such should be musts. Take a list of the issues you had with your old property and crosscheck with the house you want to buy to make sure that you will not end up in the same situation again.You should also read the property sections of the newspapers and magazines that you can find. These will have all the information required of land for sale and also about houses. You can get an estimate of the prices in the market and what you should be paying from these.