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Help Clients Pass Home Inspections

7/30/2021 (Permalink)

Your real estate company’s clients hired you to sell their home because they trust you. One way to keep that trust and to be the realtor they recommend to others is to ensure their home sells quickly and easily. Now, you can’t guarantee what the housing market will be on any given day, but you CAN make the process easy by offering advice on how their home can pass a home inspection. 

Typically, the buyers of a home hire a home inspector after they’ve signed the offer to purchase contract, but before the purchase and sales agreement, and the contract will include that they can back out if the home inspection finds anything faulty. The home inspector will thoroughly inspect all aspects of the home, from the walls and flooring to the roof; electrical system; plumbing; heating, and more. 

The home inspector isn’t there to point out little knicks in the paint. Instead, their job is to find anything in the home that will be an issue soon or down the road, like a water stain on the ceiling that shows potential water damage or faulty wiring that could lead to a fire. 

No one (neither the buyer nor the seller) wants a surprise during the home inspection, so it’s in your client’s best interests to have their home assessed before their home even goes on the market. Help them have the best home inspection possible by recommending that they have a trusted cleanup and restoration company inspect their home and provide an assessment of any work that needs to be done. 

Your clients can also hire a Massachusetts cleaning company to thoroughly clean their home for the best appearance at their open house. 

Here at SERVPRO of Haverhill / Newburyport, we can assess your real estate client’s home from top to bottom; remediate any issues that are found; and provide peace of mind for their home inspection before they move onto their next home.

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