As worrisome physical symptoms go, house inspection jitters should not be worrisome in the least. Neither Williamson County home buyers or their counterparts (Williamson County home sellers) need be troubled if they find themselves awaiting the house inspector with mounting anxiety: these are perfectly normal symptoms. My advice echoes HGTV’s prescription for a “Drama-Free Real Estate Rx”—in their words, “Don’t Freak Out.”
Don’t Stress Out About The Inspection
The utter normalcy for pre-inspection jitters is indisputable—as is their cause. If you are the seller, you can be perfectly satisfied that you have done everything possible to ensure that your Williamson County home is in tip-top shape, and yet be aware that some totally unknown malady (that only a sharp-eyed house inspector could ever uncover) might be lurking. If you are the buyer, you’ve found the house you’ve been searching for, but know that all the plans you’ve set into motion could be derailed by some unanticipated dire structural finding.
With so much on the line, the house inspection is usually viewed as the last possible monkey wrench that could be thrown into the works of the deal. Jitters are appropriate.
The prescription for real estate inspection jitters is to realize that although deal-killing inspections are certainly possible, they aren’t all that likely.
Dealing With Any Negative Findings
The reason is that almost any set of negative findings can be dealt with rationally: in terms of dollars and cents. Your Williamson County real estate agent (hopefully me!) is expert at doing away with post-inspection jitters. If the problems are so minor that they don’t bother the buyer, the jitters disappear all by themselves.
If more major items are in play, contractor bids can be gathered and compared, and the probable costs factored into a renegotiation which results in a deal that seems fair to all. The most frequent result is the calm knowledge that the house inspection jitters were quickly put to rest via a mature and rational solution: freak-out not warranted.
Helping buyers and sellers appraise the results of Williamson County real estate inspections is only one part of how I can help you when it comes to the very important project of buying or selling Williamson County properties. I hope you’ll consider giving me a call!