Without question selling is stressful, but you can make your home stand out from the crowd buy offering potential buyers a home warranty. Studies have shown that homes sold with a home warranty made a huge difference in the sale of their home. in fact, warranties homes sold faster and for more money!Home Warranties Protect the SellerA home warranty protects the seller "while" the home is listed then transfers to the new buyers at closing. As mentioned above, selling a home is stressful to most buyers. There is much to be done: staging the home for the photographer, preparing the home for showings, and gearing up for the "big move". Now imagine, on top of all this stress, your heating system breaks down in the middle of winter! A new furnace can cost between $3,000 and $5,000, some as high as $10,000! Rest assured-with a home warranty, in most situations, repairs are covered with the seller paying a small deductible between $50 and $100.Home Warranties Sell Faster and for More Money
According to a study from the Service Contract Industry Council (SCIC) found that homes with warranties sell for an average of $2300 more and 16% faster.
Ollie the Orange walks you through HWA Home Warranty 101
Author:Frank Provencal Phone: 207-710-9493 Dated: January 2nd 2017 Views: 97 About Frank: Frank Provencal has over 20 years of combined public service with the Maine Department of Correction...
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