Answers to common questions regarding HOME INSPECTIONS for home Buyers and Sellers. The first thing to tackle right after price agreement and signing the contract. This goes as well for an As-IS contract – there’s really no such thing.
Source: Inspection obligations: What, when and by whom?
So you’ve put your home on the market. Congratulations! As you start checking things off your to-do list, it’s also important to pay mind of what NOT to do.
Source: 4 Things NOT to Do When Putting Your Home on the Market | RISMedia\’s Housecall
Yes, inventory is low in certain markets. But, buyers are not biting these over- inflated homes. There will be shift soon and sellers will loose out if those homes stays in the market longer.
Source: Is the Housing Market Shifting Toward a Buyer’s Market, Finally? | realtor.com®
Fixes around your home that need to be taken care of often get put off due to time constraints. Consider these five quick outdoor fixes!
Source: Home Maintenance: 5 Quick Exterior Fixes | RISMedia\’s Housecall
Homes cost a lot of money to maintain. But are you spending extra money unnecessarily on the upkeep of your home?
Source: Top 10 Most Expensive Mistakes You’re Making on Your Home
Which of these sites will give you the most accurate valuation for your property? None. Appraisers will not use any of them. When it comes to appraisals, they are convenient, but not a substitute.
Source: A Closer Look at Online Home Value Estimates |