Selling your home involves insuring it is safe for occupancy. What does the State say about “Point-of-Sale” requirements?
Congratulations! You’re selling your home! Now the escrow process begins, and also the process of the potential back and forth negotiations
as a result of the buyer’s right to a professional home inspection. Now, as a seller, you have choices regarding a buyer’s request for repairs that may come about as a result of the home inspection report, but there also may be issues you are required to correct as a condition of the sale.
The two “biggies” that need to be corrected before closing escrow.
According to the State of California, there are two “must haves” when it comes to point-of-sale requirements in a real property residential transaction.