Sellers

It is an evaluation, carried out by a certified professional, of the physical and living conditions of the property you are considering buying. The inspector aims to identify system deficiencies, as well as the potential dangers and the useful life of the components of a property.

It is an evaluation, carried out by a certified professional, of the physical and living conditions of the property you are considering buying. The inspector aims to identify system deficiencies, as well as the potential dangers and the useful life of the components of a property.

A common mistake sellers make is estimating the value of the property based on their neighbors' asking price. Make sure to take the appropriate actions before putting your home on the market to increase the chances of selling the property quickly, and at the best price.

The difference between a property being “on sale” and “sold” lies mainly in the sales price. Therefore, it's important to determine the appropriate sales price before placing the property on the market.

According the National Association of Realtors, 89% of sellers used the services of a real estate agent in 2015. Only 8% of sellers try to sell the property on their own (i.e., For Sale by Owner).

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