If you're considering selling your house this fall, there are a few things you can do to set yourself up for success. Taking care of some aesthetic and/or maintenance issues will make your property more attractive to buyers and keep you from having to deal with lots of back-and-forth during the process of selling. 1. Check for common deal breakers like mold, pests, and rodents.
There are some things that people can't unsee that will make your house hard to sell.
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When a person decides to list a home for sale, one would think that it would be obvious that while it's on the market, potential buyers and real estate professionals will be coming through the house. So you'd think a person would want to prepare the home to be seen. In the real estate biz, we know this is so often not the case. Just what any prospective buyer looks for: luxurious outdoor living. Wouldn't you like to spend a relaxing afternoon on the patio in this hammock? Not
After you've done about 7,000 home inspections, a few common themes emerge. People tend to neglect the same kinds of things in their homes, and of course, Mother Nature affects the homes in a certain area in the same sorts of ways.
As a home owner, or a Realtor working with homeowners, these commonalities are good to be aware of, so you can take care of your home while you own it, and look for potential problems when you're buying a new one. Plumbing is one of the number one