Inspection Before Selling Your HomeThere are many things a seller can do before listing their house on the market. The seller can paint their walls, fix little cracks and remove any personal objects around the house. All of these suggestions are great, but the one thing a seller should do before selling is inspecting. That's right, it's not always the buyer that should pay for the inspection of the house. If a seller decides to pay for an inspection, the return on that small investment will be worthwhile. If the seller doesn't wish to pay for an inspection, then there are a few things he/she can do to assure a smooth and good inspection.
One thing that's important is the seller shouldn't be present during the inspection. When a homeowner hangs around during the inspection, this puts the buyer in an uncomfortable state. The buyer won't feel at ease asking questions to the inspector if the seller is right there. Do yourself a favor and don't stick around for the inspection, it may just seal the deal. Another important step is to keep your house free and clear of obstructions. What is meant here, is to give the inspector a clear path to the furnace, the boiler and circuit breaker according to AOL.com.
If the inspection doesn't turn out as you'd hoped, chances are the buyer will ask you to pay for some of the repairs. Sometimes, the buyer will also negotiate and try to lower your asking price to compensate for the repairs. If you’re reluctant and unwilling to negotiate, the buyer will simply walk away. To avoid such a scenario you can have your home inspected before the buyer does. The San Antonio movers know that some people believe that hiring an inspector is a waste of money especially if you're on the selling side. This isn't always the case. By hiring an inspector it can potentially save your sell. Another thing the seller can do is make a few repairs. If you notice the paint on your deck is chipped off, then paint it. If you're able to fix a few cracks here and there yourself, then do it. These little fixes can go a long way when you're trying to sell your home.
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