Do You Have To Do a Final Walk Through?

Do You Have To Do a Final Walk Through?

It’s time to close, and everyone is talking about the final walkthrough. You are wondering what this is and do I need to do it. In this video, we will address that question.

Do You Have To Do a Final Walk Through?

Takeaways:

  1. Double Check: If possible, you definitely want to do the walk through yourself or have someone else complete it for you. It’s important to make sure the property is looked over one last time and make sure everything is delivered as promised.
  2. Expectations: Typically properties are delivered “broom swept” and there may be small holes from paintings. Depending on the condition of the property, especially if it’s a resale, don’t expect it to be delivered perfectly cleaned. The property is going to look very different with all of the furniture removed.
  3. When in doubt: Just ask the closing attorney how the property should be delivered and live by the golden rule of “do unto others as you would have unto you.”  Most important, do this before the day of the closing.

There is nothing worse than creating issues at the very last minute with a final walkthrough. Don’t leave a bunch a junk behind and a ton of big holes in the walls. Double check, clean and always ask.

Are you thinking about buying real estate in Miami? Let us know.

When buying Miami real estate, there is a lot to know.  Please feel free to call us for an honest evaluation. 305-793-8965.

Comments

comments

About Jamey Prezzi

Jamey Prezzi serves the residential real estate market from the South of Miami to parts of Broward and all neighborhoods in between. She works in collaboration with her husband, Ognjen Prezzi at ONE Sotheby's International Realty. Recognized as Top Producers over the last 13 years, they are committed to their customers as well as their local real estate community. Jamey is originally from South Carolina and Virginia. She resides in Miami Beach with Ognjen and their son.

** Videos, Buying Real Estate in Miami

Leave a Reply