Home inspection is an important process in real estate. Real estate agents, home sellers, and buyers would always want a smooth home inspection and that is why you need to know the things that can help you and the inspector happy.These tips can also increase the value of your home. Read on to learn more.

De-clutter your appliances.

Make sure your kitchen is clean and that all your appliances (and outlets) are well-cared for and properly working. Everything needs to be checked and tested so get rid of the bowl inside the microwave and the unused dusty pans inside the oven.


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Replace burned-out light bulbs.

Double-check all the lights inside your home and make sure that every single one of them is working. Make an effort to check everything, including the ones in the basement, closets, and attics. Fix the bulbs that aren't working.

Keep access doors clear.

Get rid of the "hidden" areas, particularly on the entryways. Remove all furniture and/or appliances that blocks or partially blocks a doorway. Make all entryways clear and unobstructed.

Be honest about what doesn’t work.

Never try to deceive the home inspector. If something doesn't work, tell it right away. Come clean to the things that need repairing. Failure to do this can bring you a lot of legal issues in the future.

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Point out pumps and septic tank locations.

Having your own septic tank and water pumps or well must be fully disclosed to the home inspector. Immediately let them know where they are located so they can easily check it out.

If you want more information about home inspection process, don’t hesitate to get in touch with me today.

Sean Blanchette
(703) 371-5710
Sean@FrontDoorHomes.com

 

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