Tips to Pass Your Arizona Home Inspection to Sell Fast

When you have decided to sell your home, you’ll need an Arizona home inspection. There are a plethora of things to take care of, but this is one of the most important. If you don’t get a homeowners inspection, you’ll probably end up with extra costs. 

This inspection (and passing it) is essential to your potential home buyers as well as to ensure that the home sells fast. If there are repairs that need to be done, this inspection will point them out so that you can get them done before any home buyers get a chance to use those repairs as leverage during negotiations. 

The Benefits of an Arizona Home Inspection

It is possible to preempt some of the issues that may be found during the inspection by doing your own pre-inspection. If you know what you are looking for, you can stop minor issues from turning into major ones that could be extremely costly and time-consuming. It is best, though, to hire a professional home inspector to get a detailed report that you can use during repairs and can be shown to home buyers once everything is done.

Home buyers will be making a huge investment of money and time into your home, and they want to make sure their money is going to a good investment. While no two home buyers are alike, they most certainly share the common goal to buy a home that is as good beneath the surface as it appears to be from above.

To help you in this process, our team at Your Home Sold Guaranteed Realty AZ is offering you a FREE report. It’s called 11 Things You Need to Know to Pass Your Home Inspection. It details all the things you need to know about passing your home inspection. 

Here are two critical items that you simply cannot ignore during your home inspection if you want to sell quickly and get top dollar:

Plumbing Is a HUGE Issue for Home Buyers

No one wants to find out that the house in which they live or are considering buying has plumbing issues. If home buyers find out that your home has major plumbing problems, it will be a huge turn off, and they will likely walk away from the investment. Problematic plumbing can cause serious water damage and cost thousands of dollars to repair!

You might find defective plumbing in one of two ways: 

  • Leaking
  • Clogging

You can find leaking just through a simple visual inspection, but a professional inspector will gauge the water pressure to find additional leaks. He will do so by turning on the faucets in the highest bathroom and then flushing the toilet.

If the water coming from the faucet initially appears dirty, there is a good chance that the pipes are rusting and there are severe water quality issues. This is something you should address immediately.

Rotting Wood Can Be a Deal Breaker

While an older home with plenty of wear and tear can have rotting wood, you should not automatically assume that is the issue. Rotting wood could also be a result of water damage throughout the house, and you may also find mold. 

This will lead to even further damage which, in turn, results in costly and extensive repairs. Termites also love rotting wood, and severe termite damage can be very costly.

You may find wood rot in locations such as:

  • Doors
  • Window frames
  • Trim
  • Siding
  • Decks
  • Fences

Your inspector will likely probe the wood to see if any rot is present. A clear give-away is when the wood is freshly painted. Be sure to get a professional inspection completed to have peace of mind knowing your home is safe and ready for home buyers. 

We’ll Help You Pass Your Arizona Home Inspection

Are you ready to sell your home in Arizona? Be sure to complete your home inspection with the help of realtors who know the process. At Your Home Sold Guaranteed Realty AZ, our team of realtors is ready and willing to guide you through the entire process, including the inspection. 

We also offer you 6 Six Home Seller Satisfaction Guarantees that you will not find anywhere else. We designed these to protect you during your real estate journey. 

If you have any questions or want to get started with the home selling process, give us a call at 623-283-2067 or fill out the form below with the requested information. One of our realtors will send you a detailed response as soon as possible. Remember, we will GUARANTEE your satisfaction!

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