Tip for Home Sellers

Order your own property inspection in advance.

Once you have entered an agreement to sell your home, your buyer will almost certainly get a home inspection of the systems and components of your home, including the heating, cooling, plumbing and electrical system, as well as the structural components.  So be prepared for the your buyer to come back to you with the inspection in hand to either renegotiate your sales price, or to ask you to fix items of your home prior to closing the sale.

Plumber Vero Beach - IRC PlumbingAt the point in the process where this happens, you have possibly entered an agreement to purchase another home.  To avoid costly delays, you may be forced to have repair work done in a hurry which is almost always more expensive.  To avoid this headache, a seller can order their own proactive home inspection and then repair the items that will otherwise pop up on the buyer’s home-inspection report in the most cost effective way. Simple fixes such as cleaning downspouts, repairing flashing and aiming sprinklers properly can avoid unnecessary renegotiation.

If you decide to follow our advice and you need a great home inspector, you can’t do better than John Vetter and Sons.  Call my friend Jason at 772 696 3347 and tell him Lucien sent you.

This tip for home sellers  is provided by IRC Plumbing serving the Brevard county, Indian River County, and St.Lucie county communities from our Sebastian, Florida location.

For expert plumbing service at a reasonable price, call Lucien Rizio at IRC Plumbing, 772 696 DRIP (3747.)

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