Selling Highlands NC Real Estate, Preparation Helps Inspection Process 

Selling Highlands NC Real Estate, Preparation Helps Inspection Process


Selling Highlands NC real estate
Lynn Kimball, your key to Highlands NC real estate

Preparation helps the inspection process when selling Highlands NC real estate. A home inspection is a part of a real estate transaction and a seller must make a home available for the inspection. Furthermore, a home needs to be clear of clutter so that doors and windows can be opened and closed, and home systems must be accessible. Buyers need to have a clear picture of the condition of a Highlands NC home for sale and it is something that they are entitled to.

Access essential

Access to a Highlands NC home is important for a home inspection. When an inspector cannot access a home then he cannot inspect it. This can delay a home sale, which can lead to frustration. Additionally, when rooms and/or systems in a home cannot be accessed due to doors being locked or clutter being in the way, then a complete inspection cannot take place. In this case an inspector will have to return at another time to complete the report.

Clean and make room

The cleaner and more organized a Highlands NC home for sale is the better. This will make the inspection process easier, accurate, and timely. This is a great time to pack items away that are not needed. The water heater, HVAC system, and fusebox will be inspected. Additionally, all switches and outlets should be visible visible. Walk around your home and make sure that doors are unlocked and nothing is blocked. Sellers need to help with the inspection process and not impede it.

Learn more about selling Highlands NC real estate

Contact me, Lynn Kimball, today to learn more about selling homes in Highlands NC.  I welcome the opportunity to update you on market conditions while sharing a complimentary listing presentation at the same time.  Let my knowledge and experience serve as your guide to selling Highlands NC real estate.

Click here to read “A Seller’s Guide to Navigating the Home Inspection” from House Logic.

lynn