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Dated: 10/27/2017

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You get used to a lot of little problems when you live in your home. Maybe it’s a squeaky door, a small leak, a broken window pane, or some chipping paint.

I’m sure you have a running list. Nothing big enough to deal with, or just never enough time or money to throw at the small project. It can wait…

The problem is, most people wait until they’re getting ready to sell their house to truly think about getting these things fixed. At that point, it’s not necessarily an emergency, but it’s definitely a rush to get things done in time. And, at that point…

  • It can be hard to find someone to handle such small jobs.

  • It can be hard to get someone quickly. Many contractors are booked for months ahead.

  • It can be costly, since they know you’re in a rush.

So, some people decide to just let it ride, and don’t get these little issues fixed. But, that can be even more costly…

  • It can lead to a lower sales price.

  • Inspection issues that get blown out of proportion.

  • Or the house not even selling.

If you’re going to sell your house in the near future, start taking care of these little issues now.

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