Denver Home Inspection Helps Owners Prepare for Listing Homes in COVID Market

DENVER, Oct. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — With the high demand for homes and limited inventory in Denver, Janci McClafferty, Realtor with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty will advise her sellers to hire home inspectors prior to listing their homes for sale if they are looking to close quickly. It’s a strategy that can make all the difference for a quick turnaround.

“Sellers often question whether it’s a good idea to have their home pre-inspected prior to listing.  My advice here is if they are in need of a much quicker closing than the normal 30-45 days, this is a good option,” said McClafferty. “Having your home pre-inspected and getting ahead of any major issues can cut your closing time in half!” 

To Daniel Tsirlin, owner of Denver Home Inspection, this makes perfect sense. “I enjoy working with sellers to ensure their property is in the best possible

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Apartment Inspection Checklist

You have found an apartment you like and you are eager to move in this lovely place. Hold on! Before you sign the lease with the landlord, some inspection is necessary and it might save you a lot of trouble. If you have already signed the lease, it will still be helpful to carefully inspect the apartment if you haven’t done it yet. In case you find any problem, you should let the landlord know and get the problems fixed.

Below is a checklist for apartment inspection.

1. Check the entrance: Does the door seal properly? Does the lock work?

2. Check the floors: Any stain or stuff on hardwood floor? Are the carpets clean?

3. Check the ceilings and walls: Any dents, cracks or holes? Is the wallpaper in good condition? Paint on the wall in good shape?

4. Check electricity and lights: All lights working? Electrical outlets functioning? … Read More