Home Warranty Packages
According to the National Home Warranty Association, the number of homes with a home warranty has been on a steady rise in recent years. In addition, the number of service claims made has steadily increased.Home warranty programs such as the Home Protection Plan can add value to a Seller’s home while protecting it against unexpected repairs during the listing period. Buyers gain assurance that the home they are buying will be covered against many costly repairs for one year.With advantages to both Sellers and Buyers, it’s easy to see why more homeowners are asking for a home warranty.The Home Protection Plan will cover the cost for repairs to or replacement of any covered mechanical system or major built-in appliance* for 180 days during the listing. All you pay is one low deductible per service call.If your home does not sell within the 180 day listing period, your coverage ends and you pay NOTHING – no cost for the plan, no charge for repairs made. Your only out-of-pocket expense will be the deductibles for any approved claims.
*Please refer to your actual contract for specific coverages and limitations.
In today’s real estate market, it takes more than “curb appeal” to sell a home. That’s why you need the competitive edge that a home warranty can provide. Studies show that homes listed with a home warranty not only have a better chance of selling, but they sell faster and for more money.A Home Protection Plan can, on average, help…
- Sell your home for a 2.2 percent higher price.
- Make the odds of selling your home 29 percent greater.
- Sell your home 15 percent faster.
- Protect you against unexpected repairs during the listing.
Items Covered by Home Warranty
* Covered with Seller HVAC Option Coverage for a single-family residence under 5,000 sq. ft.
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Optional Coverage for the Buyer
|Ceiling & Attic Fans
Burglar & Fire Alarm
Garage Door Opener
Roof Leak Repair
Central Vacuum System Telephone Wiring
|Pool & Spa Package||$175|
|$499*$50 deductible per service call.
*The price of the Plan for Single-Family Homes under 5,000 sq.ft.