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Planning To Sell Your House? Here Are 5 Things Every Buyer Wants To Know About Your Home

Planning To Sell Your House? Here Are 5 Things Every Buyer Wants To Know About Your Home

Planning To Sell Your House? Here Are 5 Things Every Buyer Wants To Know About Your Home
Always share the home inspector’s report with the potential home buyers. (Dreamstime)

Homeowners often find themselves at crossroads when planning to sell their house. Their concerns go beyond disclosing the basic information such as the price and area of the property. Though selling one's home could be an emotional decision, it also calls for some logical thinking and lot of caution, too. There is certain information that a buyer would want to know about your property and you don't have to shy away.

MakaanIQ lists five things every buyer would want to know about your home before buying the property: 

Age of the property

Sharing with the home buyer when the building was constructed gives an insight on the overall health of the structure. This may aid the buyer to undertake suitable repair works and thus, prevent damage. The Seller's Property Disclosure usually displays similar information including construction date of the property, structural modifications, building code or zoning violations, etc.

Home inspections

Always share the home inspector's report with the potential home buyers. A residential property that has undergone home inspections by a professional home inspector enhances the property value besides assuring the buyer that any kind of structural problem or other issues in the house has been identified and rectified.

Annual maintenance costs

A buyer must be apprised of the overall maintenance cost of the house which involves cost of electricity, water, gas, lawn care, pool maintenance, etc. so that he or she can plan their budget accordingly.

Neighbourhood

It is not just the building but the its overall surroundings which makes for a pleasurable living experience. A noisy or peaceful neighbourhood; under-developed or developed civic and social infrastructure; absence or presence of public transport and connectivity, etc. may be a matter of concern for the prospective owner. The same must be disclosed promptly as this would influence the buyer's home-buying decision.

Essential information

Finally, though this might seem obvious, but these crucial facts about the home is what the buyer looks out for. They entail property area, floor plans, photographs, videos, developer's details and pricing.

Last Updated: Fri Jul 22 2016

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