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The first impression a buyer gets of your home is from the curb. Your front yard immediately reflects the inside condition of your house to the buyer.
Whether it's your first home or your fifth, so much is at stake: your savings, your credit rating, and your financial freedom.
Prior to scheduling your certificate of occupancy, be sure to review the attached checklist of items the housing inspector will be checking.
If a house is overpriced, it has to compete with houses at that higher price level, which are almost certainly larger or have newer/more luxurious features.