WA State Requirements When Selling a Home

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This time of year buying or selling a home goes on the back burner while people focus on the holidays, family and friends. Locally real estate tends to take a break until our “spring” market ramps up in late January.

When preparing a home for sale there’s a typical “to do” list that includes organizing closets, power cleaning,¬† paint touch-up, repairs, de-cluttering inside the home and sprucing up the landscaping outside the home. There are two important items, required by the State of Washington that can’t be ignored.

The State of Washington (along with many other states) requires carbon monoxide detectors be properly installed throughout the home (https://www.doh.wa.gov) and water heaters be strapped to prevent damage or injury in the event of an earthquake. It is important for many reasons to pay close attention to these items: Continue reading

Posted on December 5, 2017 at 9:45 AM
Robin Myers | Category: carbon monoxide alarms, home financing, home safety, real estate | Tagged , , ,