D D I D stands for:More Less
Describe, Determine, Implicate and Direct.
1. For the Seller, Pre-Sale Inspection:
Let's face it, it's a Buyer's market. If you are selling your home, you want to know what may be of concern to the prospective buyer and prepare for it accordingly. Otherwise, you could potentially be at a marked disadvantage during the negotiation process. Furthermore, unexpected repairs could delay the closing process. Be a few steps ahead of the game and schedule your pre-sales inspection now.
2. For the Buyer, Home Inspection:
You're about to purchase a new residence, a home inspection is in order. The earlier in the process you schedule a home inspection, the better. This allows you to focus on any necessary repairs or remedies and gives the seller time to complete the repairs.
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