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Should I Make Repairs To My Home?

Should I Make Repairs To My Home?

We get a lot of questions about Real Estate in Santa Clarita. This week we’re answering your question should I make repairs to my home?

A: Completing a few minor repairs before putting the house on the market may lead to a quicker sale or even better sale price. Buyers often include an “inspection contingency” in the purchase contract which allows then to back out if numerous defects are found. Once any problems are investigated, buyers can attempt to negotiate repairs or lowering the price with the seller. Any known problems that are not repaired must be revealed as a material defect. You do not have to repair the problem, only reveal it and the house should be appropriately priced for that defect.

If you are considering putting your home on market in 2017, connect with us here, or give us a call at 661-373-2374.

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Robert Mickalson

Robert & Lexie, at the Mickalson Group, are a top selling real estate team at Re/Max of Santa Clarita. With innovative marketing, negotiation mastery, and their focus on client care... the Mickalson Group brings the results their clients want and need. Specializing in the Santa Clarita Valley home market, they have gained the trust of hundreds of clients who refer them with confidence to friends and family. Interview the Mickalson Group for your real estate needs. Whether you're buying or selling, Robert & Lexie want to ensure your housing goals are met with success.

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