What Every Seller Needs to Do Before Selling – Seller’s Checklist
To get the best return on your home, you need to make sure your home looks at its best. Here’s a checklist with helpful tips for a better settlement, which will help you get your home ready for sale and things to consider while selling.
The following is a checklist of tasks to help ensure a more efficient move. Ideas for saving time and money: consider selling or donating items or furniture that you no longer intend to use in your new home.
Home inspection is essential: Not checking for defects can lead to unpleasant — and costly — surprises on move-in day. Buyers must take responsibility to check for minor defects in a home, as they may not be protected if they discover problems after closing. The general rule is that a seller isn’t obligated to disclose defects that are visible to a buyer; however, the seller cannot try to conceal obvious defects either.
Here are other tasks to check:
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