Should I Get a Pest Inspection Before Putting My House on the Market?

If you are planning on putting your house on the market you likely have a long list of things you want or need to do to get it ready for potential buyers. You may need to paint, declutter, plant new flowers, and make some minor repairs to your home before you put it on the market. Completing these projects will help your home be more presentable to potential buyers and hopefully speed up the selling process. Another task you should add to your list of to-dos is a pest inspection. A professional pest inspection can protect you from surprises and damage during the selling process. It can also show potential buyers that you have paid attention to the details when it comes to caring for your home.

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Should I Get a Pest Inspection on My New Home?

There are so many things to think about when buying a new home. You have to find a place that works for your needs and fits within your price range. Once you have found a house it is important to have it checked out by professionals so you know that everything is working as it should. It is common practice to have an inspection done on elements of your home such as the foundation, roof, HVAC, and other major systems. But, did you know that you can also have your new home inspected for pests before you move in? With so many things to think about during the home buying process it can be easy to ignore the possibility of pests in your new home but a pest problem will be impossible to ignore after you move in. A professional pest inspection on your new home can save you a lot of trouble in the future by helping you protect your investment and your family.

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What Do Real Estate Agents Need to Determine From a Termite Inspection?

If you’re a real estate agent, you may be wondering if you have to have a termite inspection. The answer is without a doubt, yes. As a real estate agent, it’s your responsibility to both the buyer and the seller to represent a house that is infestation free. Whether you represent the buyer or the seller, it’s important to your job to have happy customers who love their home. No one can feel the love in a house infested with termites.

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4 Things Real Estate Agents Need to Know About Termite Inspections

Selling or buying a home is one of the largest, if not the largest transaction a person will ever make in their life. Because of this a real estate agent has one of the hardest jobs of all; ensuring that the entire process goes as smoothly as possible. Old paint and carpet can rough up a buying or selling transaction, but nothing puts a halt to a sale quicker than termites. When buying an older home, some buyers will request a termite inspection prior before deciding to purchase the home. This can be a good sign for a realtor as it shows interest from the potential buyer, but it can also be a stressful proposition if there is a chance that the house is infested. To help, we created a list of 4 things real estate agents need to know about termite inspections. 

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Why Do Real Estate Agents Have to Do a Termite Inspection?

As a real estate agent, your responsibility is to represent your client and make sure their transaction goes smoothly, whether they are buying or selling. Part of making sure of that is making sure the property is in tip-top shape. No holes in walls, no chipped paint, no unsealed windows, etc. What could be even worse than any of these problems are termite infestations. Termites are a pest that can penetrate anything made of wood in a home and eat it from the inside out. This can result in structural damage that drains wallets easily.

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