A Walk-Through Checklist
TIP: Be sure that items that are supposed to remain with the house—such as draperies or light fixtures—are still in place.
The sales contract usually includes a clause that allows buyers to inspect the property 24 hours before closing to be sure everything works and that sellers have adhered to conditions outlined in the sales contract.
To ensure that nothing is missed at this high-pressure time, REALTOR® Magazine has developed a Walk-Through Checklist for REALTORS® on both sides of the transaction. Customize it and give it to your buyers to make sure everything is to their satisfaction or give it to sellers, to help make sure that they've taken care of their contractual obligations.
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