Everyone knows how difficult of a process selling property is. All that bureaucracy, all the minor details, the paperwork, the different specialists and contractors you have to speak with. It’s just too much. You simply want to sell your home and move on. Unfortunately, it’s never that easy and it’s completely understandable that you may get tired of the process.
You may end up cutting corners in a few areas and might even be willing to budge by lowering the price or letting the buyer have their say. But if there is one thing you should never skimp on is home inspections. These are certain nuances and details in your home that you cannot notice on your own. If not for the fact that you may not be experienced enough in DIY and construction, then because you are used to living in your home and may have not consciously noticed certain defects.
This is why you should call in a home inspector to give your home a thorough look-see. After the diagnostic report, you should have a clear list of everything that is wrong in your home and needs fixing before you put up the FOR SALE sign in your front yard.