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Seller-Eighth Inning - Appraisals

Pitch 1 - Appraisal

Usually ordered by the buyer’s mortgage company from their approved list of appraisers. If you have a previous appraisal it may be of some help as far as details, measurements. Making a list of all of the items you have added, repaired, replaced is very helpful as well as a list of the features that make your home special.

Pitch 2 - Inspections

Usually structural, mechanical, and termites are done at the same time. Takes 1.5 to 2.5 hours depending on size and age of house. Seller may be present.

Pitch 3 - Repairs

Seller may ask permission to speak to buyer’s inspector regarding the best way to make repairs and other recommendations. as details, measurements.
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​The Appeal
Appraisal comes in low. You may appeal.

The Verifier
Inspections. Seller may question and provide documentation..

The Balance
Repairs. You can determine what and if you will do anything.
 
 


Angel Advocate 1

If the buyer’s appraisal comes in higher do the buyers have to pay the higher price?
Angel Answer:
Not unless the contract states that.
Angel Advocate 2
The inspector missed a rotten joist on the report for the buyer. The buyer got a second opinion. Who is responsible for fixing it?
Angel Answer: 
The first inspector. 

Angel Advocate 3

Is a termite letter mandatory?
Angel Answer
Not always, but in Charlotte, NC, it should be.
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