Real Estate Agents Answer How Can Buyers Ace Post Inspection Negotiations

Dated: 01/02/2019

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Keith Lucas, Broker in Charge at Charleston Real Estate Company shares his insights during Forbes interview with Tara Mastroeni.

Ask for a credit or a certified contractor

If you ask for repairs to be made by the seller prior to closing, you'll never know how well the repair has been done.  There are many cases where the repair only corrects the issue-at-hand and does not correct the underlying cause. By asking for the credit at closing to repair any deficiencies, the new owner can make sure that the repairs are made by a qualified contractor and that they are done do his or her satisfaction. If that isn't possible, make sure that a certified contractor does the repair."

- Keith Lucas, The Keith Lucas Team with Charleston Real Estate Company

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Keith Lucas Team

Keith is the Broker in Charge at the Charleston Real Estate Co. located in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Keith can best be represented in terms of a dedication to all facets of his work. He strives to have a deta....

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