Team Carver of Prudential Americana, Group recently listed a home for sale that has suffered extensive structural damage. Although the cause of the damage is unknown it is speculated that it may be related to soil issues. The property went under contract at discounted price befitting the condition. Structural damage can be cured with proper techniques used by professional structural contractors. When searching for contractors it is important to research and find the best fit for the job at hand. When purchasing a home it is extremely important to use an experienced real estate agent. An experienced agent will suggest a professional home inspection as it may help uncover serious issues with a property. Buyers have many tools at their disposal to keep informed about a potential home purchase. There are numerous home inspectors, structural engineers, and certified mold inspectors for hire. The Clark County and city websites also have access to soils maps as well as other helpful information. Stay informed when buying a home. Team Carver has a team of experienced professional buyer agents that can guide you through the purchasing process of any home, condo, or land.
Selling a problem property may be challenging but is possible. As seller it is extremely important to disclose any known defects in a home. This can be done using the required Sellers Real Property Disclosure Form. Team Carver is experienced in selling all types of real estate from gorgeous luxury properties in pristine condition to distressed properties overcome with condition issues. Team Carver will prepare a detailed marketing strategy based upon the home. Team Carver is very experienced in helping buyers and sellers and has an extensive portfolio of successful closings. If you’re considering buying or selling a home, please contact us for a free consultation. Team Carver will provide you with an up to date market summary so you know exactly what you home is worth. Team Carver will help you achieve your Real Estate goals no matter the situation. Team Carver can be contacted at 702-436-3615 or firstname.lastname@example.org.