Home inspections safeguard buyers by providing reports on the condition of homes. Though they are necessary, it can be nerve wracking for the seller. A bad inspection can severely bring down the property value, and can sometimes even break off potential offers. That’s why it’s important for sellers to make necessary repairs before putting their home on the market. Check out this post by Bill Gassett at Max Real Estate Exposure for the top issues that kill a sale that inspectors find when examining homes:
-Structural issues: problems with the foundation, termite damage, and shoddy craftsmanship can all severely impact your inspection.
-Drainage/ water issues