Top three priorities for getting your home to market.You've made the big decision to put your house on the market, and you want to make sure it looks absolutely irresistible to potential buyers.,
Lowering Repair Cost When Selling Your Home
Dated: June 2 2023
How do you lower the cost of repairs when selling your home?
A pre-inspection is an inspection that is performed before a home is listed for sale. It can be beneficial for sellers to get their home inspected before going to market. Here are some of the benefits of a pre-inspection:
· Peace of mind: Identifying problems, or lack thereof, can soften the suspense of waiting to hear back from potential buyers after an offer has been made.
· Better marketing: Pre-inspections don’t only uncover negatives — they can also give you an opportunity to promote what’s great about your home.
· Valuable improvement advice: A pre-inspection can help sellers prioritize which improvements and upgrades to complete.
· More negotiating power: A pre-inspection can help sellers avoid surprises during the negotiation process and can give them more negotiating power.
· Honesty: A pre-inspection shows buyers that you’re honest and transparent about the condition of your home.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
Johnny Morrow, Associate Broker
Johnny Morrow is an entrepreneur and innovator in the real estate industry. As collaborator on the Value-Driven approach to sell real estate Johnny has been able to educate himself beyond that which m....
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