11 Crit­i­cal home in­spec­tion traps to be aware of weeks be­fore list­ing your home for sale

Montreal Times - - News -

MON­TREAL - Ac­cord­ing to in­dus­try ex­perts, there are over 33 phys­i­cal prob­lems that will come un­der scru­tiny dur­ing a home in­spec­tion when your home is for sale.A new re­port has been pre­pared which iden­ti­fies the eleven most com­mon of these prob­lems, and what you should know about them be­fore you list your home for sale.

Whether you own an old home or a brand new one, there are a num­ber of things that can fall short of re­quire­ments dur­ing a home in­spec­tion. If not iden­ti­fied and dealt with, any of these 11 items could cost you dearly in terms of re­pair. That's why it's crit­i­cal that you read this re­port be­fore you list your home.

If you wait un­til the build­ing in­spec­tor flags these is­sues for you, you will al­most cer­tainly ex­pe­ri­ence costly de­lays in the close of your home sale or, worse, turn prospec­tive buy­ers away al­to­gether.

In most cases, you can make a rea­son­able pre- in­spec­tion your­self if you know what you're look­ing for, and know­ing what you're look­ing for can help you pre­vent lit­tle prob­lems from grow­ing into costly and un­man­age­able ones.

To help home sellers deal with this is­sue be­fore their homes are listed, a free re­port en­ti­tled "11 Things You Need to Know to Pass Your Home In­spec­tion" has been com­piled which ex­plains the is­sues in­volved.

To or­der a FREE Spe­cial Re­port, visit:


Get your free spe­cial re­port NOW to learn how to en­sure a home in­spec­tion doesn't cost you the sale of your home.

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