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Monday, January 30, 2017

selling a house

Before listing a property for sale, consider paying to have a home inspection done. This offers several important advantages: You choose the inspector. It will be obvious that you are not hiding anything. You can replace or repair those things you choose to and let people know in the listing the items that will be sold ”as is.” If buyers choose to have their own inspection done, there will be few surprises and, therefore, less disruption to the sales process. And it may remove the aggravation of the buyer using the home inspection report to gain concessions or lower the sales price.  from EOB, Home Inspection Notes 
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