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Here’s some good news if you own a home in Florida and are considering selling it: You can probably find a buyer. As of April 2022, the Sunshine State had just 1.1 months’ supply of single-family houses available for buy, according to statistics from the trade association Florida Realtors. Selling a home in Florida isn’t as straightforward as just advertising it online and waiting for the offers to flood in, though. Contact us to learn everything you need to know to maximize your profit and minimize the time you have to wait for closing.

A letter of intent, a document that expresses the willingness of two parties to conduct business, may frequently include a time frame within which the buyer will carry out a detailed study of your company known as due diligence. The best approach for a buyer to judge the worth of your home and the dangers involved in purchasing it is to perform due diligence. The operations, financial results, legal and tax compliance, customer contracts, intellectual property, assets, and other information of your firm will be scrutinized by potential buyers.

The price of a home inspection varies by area. The cost is roughly $339 on average across the nation, but depending on where you reside, it may cost you anywhere from $279 to $399, or even more. The size and age of the home are additional factors that affect inspection expenses. Large property with 2,000 square feet or more will typically cost around $400, while a small condo will cost around $200.

For homes up to a specific size, a home inspector may occasionally charge a flat rate; however, the cost may rise gradually for more significant properties. Inspectors may charge more for older properties where the wiring and plumbing may need a complete assessment to make sure everything is up to code. How uncommon the residence is and the distance the inspector must go are additional factors that influence inspection costs. Additionally, more experienced house inspectors could bill more than less experienced ones.

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