Many of the pain point items an inspector will find in your home are low hanging fruit projects that may not take you a lot of time or money to fix. Why is this so crucial?
- If the list of home improvement items that comes back from a buyer’s inspector is long, the buyer is going to start mentally discounting the price of the home because they know there are a lot of items they will have to fix later on.
Home buyers are happy to pay top dollar for a house that is move-in ready and doesn’t have a lot of maintenance projects.
The last thing you want someone to think is that your home is a fixer upper that needs major work, because even small projects may be perceived as problematic by a discriminating buyer. If your family isn’t good at handiwork, hire a contractor to fix the low cost projects, and know that you are investing in the value of your property for the sale!
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