Home Warranty: Reasons to Include It with Your Home’s Sale

When you put your home on the market, you’ll clean and de-clutter, and you’ll probably stage it with newer furniture and on-trend décor. But have you considered including a home warranty? It’s not always at the top of every seller’s list, but it can be a huge benefit to you. Here’s why:

It reassures your buyer

A home warranty gives buyers comfort—if something goes wrong with the systems and appliances of the home, they’re protected for the first year.

Your home may sell faster

Research has shown that homes with a home warranty as part of the sale spent fewer days on the market than homes without a home warranty. If you want to sell your home fast, a home warranty can help.

Your home could bring a higher price

 Offering the Buyers an incentive vs the home down the street, my get you more money for the sale of your home.

Bianca will include the warranty to the Buyer on a successful sale of your home to a Buyer. 

*Property must be listed with Bianca for a minimum of 120 days. Warranty will be purchased and given to the Buyer upon the successful completion of the sale to a Buyer who purchases the property while Bianca is the listing agent. Purchasing a warranty for a Buyer does not constitute and agency relationship with the Buyer.

*Appliances must be under 10 years

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