Home Repairs Requested or Needed
After the home inspection has been done, you now have a list of items that are in need of repair, or perhaps in need of replacement. This website’s purpose is to help all those involved in the real estate transaction to better understand the most common home inspection findings, offer direction, and resources for a solution.
As you know by now, the home inspection can uncover hidden challenges that may take a home from ‘move-in ready’ to ‘hang on, here’s what we need to do to first’ – potentially slowing down the process a little, but in the long run, the frustration of a temporary delay will be mitigated by the satisfaction of ensuring a safe and functional home for its new owners. And often many items the inspector will point out, does not necessarily need to be fixed right away. Many of the issues found by home inspector are often deferred maintenance items.
If you’re a homebuyer, you will want to educate yourself on the common home inspection findings which come up during home inspections. This way, you can make an informed decision as to how to proceed and how to structure your negotiations. When the time comes, you can sign your closing papers knowing that your new home will be a comfortable and safe place for your family for years to come.
If you’re a home seller, you may not understand the list of repairs presented to you, or even know where to begin. This site is a very beneficial resource.
Real Estate Agents
If you’re a Real Estate agent, this site helps you work closely with your clients, with respect to issues found during a home’s inspection. Whether you’re working as a seller’s agent, or buyer’s agent, you can educate your clients and help them find the best solutions.
Here you will find great resources that will help smooth the process of buying and selling a property, so that everyone can feel peace of mind knowing exactly how much attention a home will need. Please browse through these common inspection problems so you familiarize yourself with them, and know what your options are with regard to replacement or repair. Videos and Articles
We hope that you come away with confidence knowing you can handle what comes up in inspection. And bringing a home up to current standards after your move in is a wise way to insure this significant asset!
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