After an inspector has checked over your home and issues about your home are brought to light, repairs might be necessary to assuage your buyer’s worries. Issues can range from more obvious damages, like holes in your floor, or less visible ones, like plumbing blockages.

The buyer can request repair(s) based on the inspection report, or remove inspection contingency in 17 days or date what purchase agreement said.  The seller has to take care of safety items or security issues at least.

Regardless, researching the issues and what action to take to fix them is useful. You can find the ideal contractors or, in the event that you are unable to use contractors, have an idea of how much it will cost your buyer to repair. Once everything is in order, you’re well on your way to a successful sale.