The Ultimate Home Sellers Checklist - Be prepared, not worried
Home seller and inspector making sure to follow the checklist.
After accepting an offer for your house, an inspection is the last step required before the deal is finalized. During the inspection, it is possible that the inspector might find certain problems, and you’ll have the option to fix these defects or provide financial concessions. So, irrespective of your home’s condition, your plan is for the inspection to go smoothly. Such action shows that you are sincere about the offer available to you. It also demonstrates your willingness to support the buyer, and it’s also a great thing to do!
That said, there are periods when we would arrive at an inspection venue without completing or even performing any inspections. Many problems might occur, for example: the gates and doors might be locked, pilot lights aren't on, utilities are disconnected, appliances are not fully installed, and other possible problems that might occur during the inspection process. It results in a delayed inspection and rescheduling.
Having an accurate pre-inspection checklist will help sellers make sure that your inspections are performed without any problem. So! What can you do to prepare?
Our team will help you preparing for home seller inspection and guide you about the home seller's disclosure law.