If you have put your house up for sale and have someone who has already started the process of buying the property, you will need to have it inspected by a third-party service to ensure that everything is up to code. However, since you are still living in the house, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to help the inspector out and speed up the inspection. If so, use the following tips to prepare your house for its pre-sale inspection.
Once you sign the sale contract with your listing agent, there's a good chance that things will start moving quickly. Your agent will want you to stage your home for the listing photos, open houses, and showings. If you've never experienced the staging process, you may not know exactly what to do or where to start. The information on this site will help you to not only understand what's expected of staging but also offer tips for you to maximize your efforts without investing a lot of time. I hope the information here makes your home sale process a little bit less confusing and a little easier to manage.