Best of luck to you.
Nicole Marks Mason, Realtor
United Realty Group, Inc.
It would be in your best interest to keep the water on in your residence.
Jennifer Susanne Sommers
Luxury Real Estate Specialist/Top 5 Producer
Nestler Poletto Sotheby's International Realty
200 East Palmetto Park Road, Suite 104
Boca Raton, FL 33432
Direct â€“ 561-235-7777
No one wants to spend more than a few minutes in a hot smelly home...which reduces the chances of getting an offer.
Most would advise you to leave the services in place for the two weeks prior to closing on your sale. The money saved would be minimal and would easily off set the expense of problems that could arise because of discontinuing the utility service.
Additionally, follow up inspections may require electricity and water service be active. What you would save just isn't worth the effort and risk.
you save yourself possible "headaches" from a
musty walk-through! Play to win! Don't "gamble" for
a few dollars! Have a Good Closing! Keep the power and Air
Bob Brubaker Highlight Realty Palm Beach County Fl. 561-876-6649
It' far less expensive to keep the electricity on. You can turn off the water, but if you do, you may want to turn off our hot water heater. If that tank becomes empty and the tank is on, the coils will burn themselves out.
Marc Jablon, the Jablon Team
Re/Max Complete Solutions