Homeowner Selling Home Says, "I Don't Have A Mold Problem” ... New Buyer’s Lawyer Proves Otherwise … Stunning Previous Owner With A GUILTY VERDICT!
Mold Can Affect The Selling
Price Of A Home
The ways that mold can affect property value is a big issue for both sellers and buyers. Mold in a home does not have to ruin a sale! But it can drive down the property value if the problem isn’t handled correctly and timely.
Part of the negative affect on property value is the over all perception. No potential buyer wants to walk into a home with mold problems. When you want a quick sell, MOLD will slow everything down.
Not only does it affect the how the property looks but also the perception of the property, it could also incite fear in the buyer due to the potential health effects of mold.
The best choice is to be proactive. Whether you think there may be mold or not, it’s best to test. When you make it a practice to test your properties before they ever go on the market, you will be the hero for your clients. There won’t be any delays and more importantly there won’t be a loss in the price of the home.
Selling a property with mold is not something to take lightly. Lawsuits and costly repairs are likely to happen if you ignore the issue. If your property has mold, fix it before listing. This can save you money and lawsuits in the long run.
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The cost for most mold inspections start as just $350. Compare that to lower selling prices and the costs that you could experience for health and legal issues which could be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.