Property Inspections before your move
With the exception of the location, the appearance and the overall
condition of the house will be the key factors in how quickly
it will sell. They will also determine the price at which the
house is sold. However, before you plan on painting or remodeling
in anticipation, it is recommended that you hire a professional
inspector to examine the house. The time and money that you
spend on minor repairs and paint jobs will have been wasted
if a future inspection exposed larger defects. Suppose a wall
that you have just plastered and painted was later found to
have faulty wiring inside of it, not only will you have to fix
the wiring, you also have to plaster and paint the wall again.
Having an inspection completed before you place your home
on the market and before you do any work on it will save you
a lot of headaches later on. Problems will be recognized immediately
and you will have the time fix them accordingly.
The home inspection should include examinations of the foundation
of the house, the roofing, plumbing, electrical systems, ventilation,
heating systems, insulation, ceilings, walls, floors, doors,
termites, and the presence of toxic materials.
In the event that additional inspections commissioned by
potential buyers reveal additional faults with the house,
your inspection can serve as evidence that you have not been
negligent with the condition of the house.
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