We’ve all had it happen – we pounce on an opportunity to buy only to realize soon after that we rushed into it. Now that the excitement of our new purchase has worn off, we realize that we acted too fast and we’re stuck with a new reality: buyer’s regret. Sound familiar? In most cases, we get over it and move on, but what if you rushed into the wrong house? In today’s market more and more people are investing in the services of home stagers. These are designers whose job is spruce up a home in order to elicit an emotional reaction from you and help you feel connected to a property that, under other circumstances, you might not give a second look.
Having an inspection is a good idea when you are buying a home, but it can be pricy when looking at several houses. You may also want to do an inspection on the home that you already own, but don’t want the hassle or the expense of hiring an inspector. Do-it-yourselfers rejoice, here is yet another thing that you can easily do.Here is a simple guide to conductiong your own Inspection Dallas.
If your buying the house what are the things you are going to want done right away or even before you move in. These are things you can prevent the buyer from having to do and if he has to do them, the price they offer will be lower.
Many disclosures are required by law. The buyer and seller will have to sign plenty of disclosures, such as the property disclosure, lead based paint disclosure, RESPA disclosure, disclosure of brokersage relationship and many other disclosures. Make sure you understand what you are signing before you sign it.
Anything that can be used in the house should be checked. If it’s been used or can be used, it should be in good working order. Look inside and clean out any dust or junk behind drawers and in the backs of closets.
Any water in the basement can kill the deal for a prospective home buyer. Moisture in the house can also cause mold, which is a serious health issue that must be taken care of.
Finally, as you know, buyers are scarce. They know there are numerous properties for sale. It is a buyers market. The final agreed dollar amount for the property will be closer to your asking price because you will have done the hard work…Just the facts.