Most home sellers know their house will undergo a home inspection after a sale contract is signed as a condition of closing. The inspector most likely will point out all of the "imperfections" the sellers have endured as part of their personal Home-Sweet-Home.
However, some of these repairs will need to be fixed - or addressed with a financial reduction negotiated if the seller wants to close on the sale of their home.
Wouldn't it be easier to make these repairs prior to listing your home...if you are going to make them anyway?
And more importantly, if a seller could get a higher sales price by making the repairs and/or a faster sale if they are done, shouldn't they be fixed before the first open house or
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