Thursday, 17 September 2015
You’re planning on selling your home, and you’ve already picked out a REALTOR® who can help you out, but are you sure that you’ve done everything you can to make your home desirable to prospective buyers? Sure, you’ve taken care of the unsightly things inside and outside your home, but you may have forgotten to take care of pressing issues that require your attention. Try putting yourself in the shoes of a homebuyer: you wouldn’t want to buy a house with faulty plumbing or weak walls, right? In fact, you may even hire a professional home inspector to look for potential problems before deciding on whether to seal the deal or not. Potential buyers are thinking the exact same thing.
Tuesday, 15 September 2015
Burnaby home buyers sometimes make the mistake of impulse-buying. They immediately fall in love with how a home looks on the surface, purchase the place, and move into the home in a hurry. That’s when problems like leaks or rotten supports start popping up. This is why a home inspection is especially important before you buy a house. Why It’s Important Buying a house means that you’re also buying all of its problems. A home inspection is a thorough way to ensure that the home you’re buying is in good condition, and it will quickly reveal any problems before your purchase. It also involves your safety. Electrical wiring problems, weak walls, unstable floors, and other similar problems are accidents waiting to happen. Knowing that they exist make it easy for you to fix them and restore a home’s structural integrity.