A major fact to
consider is the resale value of your home. Since most
people sell one home at some point in their life, why
not get the best return on your investment. Would you
not be hesitant to purchase a home with a structural
defect, and if you did, you would pay the asking price?
The Real Estate
Seller Disclosure Act requires that these types of
issues must be disclosed to potential home buyers.
Realtors have told us that they have to discount a home
with foundation structural instability 12 - 22% in order
to sale the home.
What is your home worth in today's market? Can you see
that by not fixing thefoundation,
it is going to cost you much more money than fixing your
foundation issue?Sometimes homeowners ask, Why should I
fix this problem now?
Well, the answer is
simple. Fix it now for this much or fix it later
for more. Living with the foundation problem
does not allow you to fully enjoy your living space
without worry. Any finish work done to the home will
need to be repaired constantly until the problem is
permanently fixed. In some extreme cases.
Some homeowners have waited so long to fix the problem
that entire basements have collapsed, resulting in an
uninhabitable home that is very expensive to repair.
How would you like
this to happen to your home when you are trying to sell
it? Below is an actual home that we were called to
inspect in Northwest Arkansas.
Fixing these issues now and
it will forever bring you the peace of mind of knowing
your greatest investment is once again, safe, secure and
fully functional. It is simply an investment. Do
not try and outwit your common sense. It will
always get the best of you. Give us a call at our
headquarters at (479) 751-0556 to schedule your FREE
inspection or contact our Toll Free number at (877)
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