Avoid these seven walk-through snafus

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Inman | Cara Ameer

[…] But, before the buyer crosses the proverbial real estate finish line, they have one more chance to go through the property to make sure all is at it should be. This can be the day of closing, but often one or two days before.

With so much happening, it can be easy to forget about all the pesky details about what something looked like or what was supposed to stay or go.

Here are seven walk-through scenarios that can arise and what to do about them.

Read the seven scenarios here: 7 things buyers love to point out in the final walk-through

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