Home Inspections, Part 1
You're selling your home.
You've spent several weeks and more than a few dollars cleaning, painting, landscaping, and staging. The place looks great; in fact, it looks so good you find yourself wondering why you're moving! You're looking forward to receiving offers and have even found a new home.
Your real estate agent calls to suggest that you have some inspections done before placing your home on the market. Your first reaction is to wonder why on earth you, as a seller, want to spend more money on inspections. Isn't that the province of the buyer? Well, yes, but then again, not necessarily.
Think about it this way: You do the inspections in advance, and get the tough inspectors! You'll know all the defects…