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During the month of November, we are going to be providing you information about home warranties. When we negotiate an offer for the sale of a home, we typically try to negotiate a home warranty be provided to our buyer(s) so that they can have some piece of mind on how the key components of the home will work.
Upon the successful negotiation of a home warranty for our buyer(s), we suggest to them one of a few reputable warranty companies. This month we will be talking about 2-10 Home Warranty. 2-10 Home Warranty can help you ensure that your major components to your home are covered if they should break. Such things like your AC Unit, Water Heater, Stove, Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Electrical and even Plumbing items. This is just some of the item covered in the home warranty, but this way our clients know that after they move in, if any of the protected items covered should break, they can make 1 phone call to 2-10 Home Warranty and pay a small deductible (currently $60) to have the item either fixed or replaced. Yes, replaced! If they can not fix the item that is covered, they will replace it with a new one for the same $60 that you paid in the deductible.
When we are listing a home, we recommend that our clients selling their home provide a home warranty from 2-10 as a benefit in selling their home. Did you know, that when a home owner selling their home puts a 2-10 Home Warranty on their home, during the time it’s listed for sale, they do not have to pay for the coverage until their home sells! All while still having the coverage on their home should anything that is covered breaks. This helps the seller from incurring any unexpected costs during the sale of the home so that they can prepare to move.
Next Wednesday we will talk more about 2-10 Home Warranty, but if you want to know more, feel free to click on the link below for a video about 2-10 Home Warranty, and their contact information.
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