Passing your homeowners inspection is of the utmost importance for both you and any potential buyers. If you want to sell your home quickly, efficiently, and at a desirable price, it's essential that you understand which repairs need to be made beforehand.
If you understand what signs to search for, then surveying a property yourself is usually achievable. Doing so can help identify minor issues before they become costly and unmanageable. However, the best course of action is hiring an experienced home inspector who can provide a comprehensive report for both yourself and any potential buyers.
Homebuyers come in all shapes and sizes, but they have one important thing in common - the desire to be confident that their investment is sound. To make sure that a home looks as good on the inside as it does from outside, we've prepared an essential free report called "11 Things You Need to Know to Pass Your Home Inspection". Download your copy now!
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Don't overlook these 2 crucial and expensive items during your home inspection, or you may encounter severe consequences.
Avoiding major plumbing issues is critical if you want to attract potential buyers. After all, a single pipe leak or blocked drain can lead to costly damages and expensive repairs down the line. Make sure your home’s plumbing system is in good condition before putting it up for sale – this will make a huge difference when it comes to appealing to prospective buyers!
Malfunctioning plumbing can present itself in two distinct forms:
By inspecting the area visually and testing water pressure through all faucets in the highest bathroom, an inspector can detect any leaking. Additionally, if you notice dirty water when initially turning on a faucet, this could be a sign that your pipes are rusting - which may lead to serious issues with water quality.
If you notice rotting wood on your property, do not jump to conclusions - it could just be a normal sign of wear and tear for an older home. However, consider the possibility that water damage is causing the rot if there has been excessive moisture in the area; this can lead to mold growth as well. Additionally, remember that termites are attracted to decaying wood so make sure you assess any potential risks for infestation.
If left untreated, wood rot can be found in a variety of areas, such as:
To ensure your home is safe for potential buyers, an experienced building inspector will often examine the wood in detail - especially when there's a fresh coat of paint. Investing in a comprehensive house inspection provides you with invaluable peace of mind that it meets appropriate standards and is ready to be sold.
Your Home Sold Guaranteed Realty - The Watson Group is here to assist you throughout the entire home selling process, including your inspection. To safeguard yourself when purchasing a new home, don't forget to review our 6 Six Home Seller Satisfaction Guarantees.
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