Home Seller Advice: Avoid Saying These Things To A Home Buyer

If a home buyer asks you “why are you selling”? You may not want to reply: “The house is too difficult for us to maintain”

No one wants to buy a money pit. So, even if you’re selling a clear fixer-upper, don’t mention maintenance costs to a home buyer. Also avoid talking about repairs that you just never got around to making, like repairing the bathtub caulking, as well as big projects like replacing the 20-year-old water heater—all reasons for home buyers to think twice about making an offer. To avoid lawsuits, always tell the truth when filling out disclosure forms

Posted on September 19, 2017 at 7:32 pm
Steven Galindo | Category: Home Seller Advice, Uncategorized

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