It’s always a strenuous journey when a house is set out in the market to be sold at the best price. You would want your home to look as pleasing as possible to attract customers. Transparency and honesty go a long way, and potential buyers feel more connected and interested when you are being realistic while selling your home.


 Termite Damage

The discovery of termites can cause a drop of 20% of house value on your property. Therefore, it is necessary to repair the damages before the house is shown; providing receipts as proof to the buyers can help seal the deal. Lenders are pretty cautious and might inquire about the termite inspection; therefore, it’s better to examine and take care of all the termite damages ahead of your game.



Roof Damages

Buys can be pretty particular about their choice. They won’t dismiss a lovely house due to a leaky roof, but if they find out that you disclosed this information, they won’t be too pleased and might even pull out the contract. It’s always a smart move to be one step ahead of them; after all, every house has its defects. Be upright about what you are selling because they will find it out thorough house inspection one way or another.



Remodeling without permit

It is not a good idea to circumvent your jurisdiction’s permit protocols because once the inspection is done, the buyers and even the area community will notice the change of outlook. Local building authority might notice the difference, and if it doesn’t match with the description of the record, there is a chance of getting sued later if some of the remodelings were not up to building code as well as losing the potential buyer who was interesting in the area and remodeling of the houses.


Appliance Problems

Commonly, homeowners might try to sell their appliances already in the house. It’s important to make aware of the customers about every appliance that they are giving away with the house. It is considered a better option if sellers dint include appliances or make it very clear about them and their condition. There is no point in being dishonest about their state and form unless they are still under warranty.


Electrical issues

For your house to be functional, house sellers must make repairs and improvements in place to make your home fit for sale. Before the house inspection and potential buyers arrive to look at the place, it’s significant to give a good impression. One must ensure the electrical wiring is fixed. Today, buyers are pretty particular to their choice and taste and might seal the deal on the spot if the house is ready to go.



Natural hazards

Your house can be located in an area where natural perils such as an earthquake, tornado, flood, forest fires, and other dangers might take place. Your buyer must be made aware of such a state of affairs before moving into your home. The state requires disclosure regarding such notions, but its areas where such knowledge is not formidable, the buyer can file a claim of misinterpretation, which can cause you to pay for damages resulting from the hazards that might have taken place, along with providing legal fees.


A stigmatized House

It’s not too common to find a home that incurred unpleasant events, such as a suicide, murder, or cult activity; these homes are always sold at a lower price due to the experiences held in a house, which can trigger one psychologically. The state might not disclose that a house is stigmatized, but it’s a good idea to be honest about its history because otherwise, once the story is, the seller can face a lawsuit for misrepresentation.


Mechanical Problems

Home, before sold out in the market, is significant to ensure that the functional properties a house might have been under control and taken into consideration, such as its wiring, plumbing, and HVAC system, which are thoroughly checked during an inspection can create a negative impact if not taken care of before. Minor issues such as electrical, sewer, heating, or air-conditioning problems, a buyer would want to be made aware of it; therefore, inform them in detail through a disclosure form. A home warranty can sure seal the deal once all these problems are taken care of, and the house is ready to go. Verification can go a long way and create a sense of trust in case of any issues with one of the mechanical elements within a period of up to one year.