Fast House Sale Possible With House Inspections


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Having a quick house sale is a dream for most sellers that just want to move on this article gives tips on a new method to a faster house sale .

What buyers want it seems is independent verification that a house is sound before they put in an offer. The home inspection process in the UK has always tended to be undertaken by buyers after they have put in an offer. However could a home inspection before listing your home for sale be key to the way to sell a property online?


At Trulia, we have been able to hear from real potential buyers about what would make listings attractive for them. Many of them happened to suggest that a house inspection by a tough inspector would make it worth the while. It seems this method of reassuring a potential buyer could well be a way forward for online house sales. Imagine as a buyer being presented by a third party home inspection report as part of the listing details, pretty powerful stuff. It would serve to give buyers confidence about putting in an offer and could also help save costs on their own report. Of course independence and a reputable company that presents the report is crucial

 

The benefits of getting your house inspected beforehand would allow you to become aware of the flaws in your house. After you have taken care of the flaws, you can use this to your advantage and add it to your listing. This may cost between £250 and £500. If through an inspection you can receive an amount above the market level, what else could you possibly want?

 

In another report  US users on Real Estate MSN are of the view that neither listings, nor pictures of your house, should include pets or even the mention of them. This could make the customers shy away, especially those who are prone to allergies. It seems pets are a dirty word for many potential buyers

 

A third tip comes from Toledo Blade where they suggest talking about details. Such details could include the kind of wiring or heating system you have installed in your house or apartment. It could also talk about the type of material you have used for your flooring.Some details can indeed help sell a home but steer away from the word DIY!

 

Lastly, a mortgage broker/lender on Trulia also suggests that you should list your initial price 20% below market value, and in headlines state it to be real estate owned. He assures that by doing this you are likely to have about 30 to 50 people contact you, and your home will go for a bid close to, or above market value.  

 

To make sure that your listing is attractive, you should also make sure that your listing offers further description to the pictures you provide. For example, if you own a pool, be sure to add all the features of it. Your listing should almost work as a cover letter for your house.


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