As I’m writing this post the wind is blowing crazy (again), dust is flying everywhere and maybe, just maybe we’ll get some rain. It’s been a pretty busy monsoon season in AZ this year! I noticed several downed trees last week while headed to an inspection in one of my favorite Chandler communities, Valencia. In my experience, this means some people might have had trees damage their roof, and will find themselves in need of roof repair in a hurry.
According to roofers near me, another thing to check is if there has been some damage to the property, the roof is often the most affected part. While others will scramble to get on their roof for DIY repair to save money, it is not safe. Getting the help of roofing contractors for residential roofing services is still the best route. According to Commercial roof repairs calgary, visible signs include dark or wet spots on the wall or ceiling, drywall that’s flaking or cracking, and wet spots around pipes, toilets, sinks, and taps. Hiring roofing contractors will not only ensure your safety but also professional work on your roof. Visit raintechoklahoma.com/roofing/services/repair/ or other sites’ to get a quote.
For the damages inside your home, let a water damage restoration company help you clean your home and do the necessary repairs. Houses with water damage must be tended to as soon as possible in order to avoid mold and other complications that can further damage the property if left alone. Sometimes you’ll find mold even if you try to avoid it. In these cases, call mold removal services and have them resolve this issue for good, before you have to worry about any health issues. Make sure that you hire a top rated restoration and construction company when choosing one.
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I was visiting my Dentist last week…(shout out to Dr. Cory Rauch and his amazing staff at Rauch Family Dentistry)…anyway, we were chatting about the storm and he mentioned a patient of his who lost a large tree in the backyard. It happens, right?
The thing that got my attention was that this patient’s house was under contract. So what happens when you’re selling your Phoenix area home and there is damage to your property while it’s under contract that requires the help of a professional plumber? You can visit some helpful sites if you need an expert plumber. You can also contact the best local plumbers melbourne to help you repairing the damage at home.
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There are 3 sections of the purchase contract that this scenario falls under:
Disclosure: The first section is on pg. 4 under Disclosure.
“The seller shall IMMEDIATELY notify Buyer of any changes to in the premises…”
Pretty self explanatory, right? You have to let the Buyer know. This may require that you make repairs by hiring a contractor from the Water Mold Fire Restoration online website, or it may allow the Buyer the opportunity to cancel the contract.
Seller Warranties: The next section is the Seller Warranties paragraph also on pg 4.
“Seller warrants and shall maintain and repair the Premises so that…the premises…will be in substantially the same condition as on the date of the contract acceptance.”
Did you catch that? SUBSTANTIALLY the same condition. What if a HUGE tree dies? What if wind takes out the roof and I need roof repair? What if? What if? The seller is on the hook for making it SUBSTANTIALLY the same. That doesn’t mean that the seller gets to replace the huge shade tree with a new 10-gallon tree. Or just remove it altogether. SUBSTANTIALLY the same.
Risk of Loss: The final section on pg. 9 gives the seller a little reprieve…maybe.
“If there is any loss or damage to the premises between the date of Contract acceptance and COE (close of escrow) or possession, whichever is earlier, by reason of fire, vandalism, flood, earthquake or act of God, the risk of loss shall be on the Seller, provided, however, that if the cost of repairing such loss or damage would exceed 10% of the purchase price, either Seller or Buyer may elect to cancel the Contract.”
Again we see that the seller is on the hook for any repairs UNLESS the damages exceed 10% of the sales price. If that’s the case EITHER party may elect to cancel the contract. With storms and natural disasters damages can get a bit unpredictable. A tree could fall, damaging your deck, the deck railing, or other parts of your home like the roof. However it is important to give the correct maintenance to your home prior the storms season, try hiring gutter repair manly and checking the roof for leaks. There are simple fixes like spray polyurethane foam that can help you if the leaks are not too severe. Instead of ignoring them and potentially causing more damage to your home, you can prevent this issue altogether rather easily.
Some of these sections are fairly overlooked in the contract (surprisingly by many agents, too). Just make sure you know how the contract applies to you and what your obligations are if a haboob or some other issue strikes!
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