How To Prepare Your Home "To Sell" for Top Dollar.

Dated: 08/26/2019

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Prior to putting your home on the market, I recommend that you have your home pre-inspected
to avoid any potential problems or delays in the sale. It will also save you time and money.

The last thing you need when selling your home is to have negotiated a sale price with a
buyer only to have an unexpected home inspection item that needs to be addressed prior to closing
and costing you more out of pocket money. Take one of the biggest worries out of the process. 
Today’s home buyer’s will seek the services of a licensed home inspector to go through the home to
insure that they know the quality of the home they are buying and to have those items that need
repair taken care of prior to closing. Having a Pre-Listing Home Inspection performed will help
solidify your contract and the buyers’ home inspector will confirm that they are buying a good, sound
home.

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Chuck Guth

I am a Longleaf Community Resident, in West Pasco, since 2004 and also work from a home office along with access to several Brokerage offices. The Brokerage support and legal advice helps me maintain ....

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