Just Sold in Vancouver!
A beautiful condo was just sold in Vancouver, WA for $500,000!
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Beautiful 1.5 level home, 3 beds, 2 baths w/ large bonus-room upstairs. Open concept living w/ laminate flooring & gas fireplace. Kitchen has custom cabinets, island w/eat bar, granite, pantry & SS gas appl. Master w/ walk in closet, tile walkin shower, granite counters & builtin linen cabinet. Large utility room w/ sink & granite.
Listing courtesy of Jenna Wynand, Windermere Stellar
Handling a Home Inspection
For many people, a home inspection is a hurdle that every homeowner must overcome during the process of selling a home, but it’s a useful tool for sellers looking to get the greatest possible value from their home.
- Finding Issues
When you’re selling a house, a pre-sale inspection can be particularly useful. By uncovering any potential problems your house may have, an inspection can give you an opportunity to address them before your first prospective buyer arrives.
In any market, a pre-sale inspection can give your home a competitive edge. Potential buyers are likely to find the kind of detailed information an inspection provides reassuring—and are encouraged to give your home a closer look.
- What doesn’t your home inspection cover?
For a variety of reasons, some homes will require special inspections that are not covered by a typical home inspection. A specialty inspection might include a sewer scope, septic system, geotechnical conditions (for homes perched on steep slopes or where there are concerns regarding soil stability) or underground oil storage tank. If you have any questions about whether your home needs a specialty inspection, talk to your real estate agent.
- Hire a professional
If you decide to hire a home inspector, be sure they’re licensed in your state. They should be able to provide you with their license number, which you can use to verify their status with the appropriate government agency. It’s also helpful to ask for recommendations from friends and family members. Even among licensed and qualified home inspectors, there can be a difference in knowledge, performance and communication skills, so learn what you can before you hire a home inspector to ensure that you get the detailed inspection that you want.
What to ask your home inspector
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Beautiful townhouse in the heart of Fisher’s Landing with close proximity to restaurants, shopping and freeway access! This home has 2 bedrooms plus a loft with a closet. Gorgeous vaulted ceilings and natural light throughout. Spacious kitchen with large pantry, recessed lighting and ample dining space with patio access. New laminate floors on lower level and a great entertaining family room with gas fireplace. HOA includes water/sewer.
Listed by Jenna Wynand, Winderemere Stellar
If you are considering selling, or simply want to know your home’s value, please do not hesitate to reach out. Part of my job is to help home owners understand their options, home value and the process of buying and selling real estate. Often times I just sit down with home owners and get a conversation started, sometimes years before they are ready to sell. Some of the important things to consider are:
- Home Value
- Proceeds from Sale
- “To Do” list before you sell
- Future planning
If you have questions about the selling process it is always a great plan to be informed. You can get started on your home value by following this link, or simply reach out to me at email@example.com.
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This great farmhouse is SOLD and my clients are onto the next adventure! So happy for my wonderful sellers!
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