Is TMI a Good Thing?

Full disclosure can be scary. We’re programmed to think that “TMI” is a bad thing. But when it comes to selling your home, disclosing more information is beneficial for both parties. Not only will your buyers be happier but it can keep you out of a lot of unnecessary legal trouble. Disclosing even minor problems or issues that have since been repaired is important to maintain a level of trust, honor, and compliant with your local disclosure laws, which vary by state. In our experience, buyers generally won’t back out due to disclosure details. More often than not,¬†they’re appreciative of the information and it may even warm them up to the sale. In the end, it’s important to keep in mind that knowledge is power and disclosing all of the information you have can save you a lot of trouble.

 

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