Tips to help you Prepare your Home for Sale
Put your house's best face forward. This is crucial to getting your asking price or selling quickly. Helping a home show better does not take a lot of money.
If you want to get top dollar for your property, make all minor repairs and selected major repairs before going on the market. Nearly all purchase contracts include an inspection clause – a buyer contingency that allows a buyer to back out if numerous defects are found or to negotiate their repair costs.
The trick is not to overspend on pre-sale repairs. On the other hand, making such repairs may be the only way to sell your house in a down market.
In most states, the seller is obligated to disclose information about the home, but obligations to disclose information about a property vary.
Under the strictest laws, you and your agent, if you have one, are required to disclose all facts materially affecting the value or desirability of the property, which are known or accessible only to you. This might include:
Tips to help you prepare to buy a new home.
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