Your house is on the market, and you have a serious buyer interested or you are preparing your home to go to market. This is always the best news but also not the time to become complacent.
In most cases when you are selling your home, the buyer will request a home inspection during escrow. Not only is it sometimes required by lenders, but most buyers will want to assess the condition of the home before closing escrow to ensure they are making a good investment.
With this in mind, you as the homeowner want to guarantee the inspection goes smoothly, so the buyer has no reason to re-trade on their offer – Therefore, preparation is key!
To safeguard your home’s equity during this process, here are some steps you can take to prepare: