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A list of things to look for when you attend your final walkthrough inspection

First, let me explain what a final walk-through is:

 

Typically, the way it all plays out is like this. A few days before closing and after all the repairs have been completed this becomes the last thing the buyers will have to do before they go to closing. It’s the time when buyers can walk through the house and see that the house is in the same condition the home was in or better condition that the home was in the first time the buyer toured the home. Also, ensuring that all repairs that were agreed upon have been made. A tip here is to not rush and simply take your time. In is also worth mentioning that this is not the time to create any new additional repair request.

 

Here is a list of things to check for during your final walk-through

 

*Mold: See that no mold had developed in the home

 

*Plumbing: Make sure that there are no leaks

 

*HVAC: ensure its still working and functions properly

 

*Appliances: Make sure they are working and clean

 

* Garage door: Make sure it opens and closes

 

* Landscape: Sometimes sellers take trees and plants. Make sure they are still in the yard unless otherwise agreed upon.

 

*Light fixtures: Turn them on and off to see that they work

 

*Check the windows function property

 

*Test the wall outlets: Make sure you can plug something into the outlet to ensure it works

What to bring:

 

Repair proposal- for reference

Paper and pen -for notes

Phone and charger – to take pictures and check outlets.

 

Gregory Rutledge- REALTOR® MRP

Century 21 Platinum Properties

Christian Black Team

1051 Hwy 76. Clarksville, TN 37043

C: 352.233.8419

O: 931.771.9072

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Gregory Rutledge

Gregory was originally born in Florida, but he moved to Tennessee in 2011 while serving in the military with the 101st Airborne Division. Soon after moving to Clarksville, he realized the diversity and the potential the rapidly growing community had. Therefore, he decided to make Clarksville his forever home. After leaving the military, Gregory began his undergraduate studies at Austin Peay State University majoring in the field of psychology. After graduating from Austin Peay, he decided to transition into the real estate business. Gregory is a Realtor for Century 21 Platinum Properties and a member of the Christian Black Team, who genuinely enjoys meeting and communicating with new people. He loves learning about people and gaining insight into how he can help them fulfill their real estate needs. Outside of real estate, Gregory loves to hunt, fish, camp, and spend quality time with close family and friends. Awards & Designations -National Association of Realtors -Tennessee Association of Realtors -Clarksville Association of Realtors -Military Relocation Specialist

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