You might be surprised to learn that, in one survey, 20% of people listed this as the biggest challenge to owning a home.
In some cases, the electrical wiring doesn’t allow for power to part of the home… in other cases, the wiring is downright dangerous.
So what should you do if your house has bad electrical wiring?
Here are a few ideas…
Get an Electrical Inspection — Electrical wiring problems are not something that you should try to fix on your own. Hire a professional to inspect your home and identify the source of the problem. This usually will cost about $200.
Hire a Licensed Electrician — Once you’ve identified the problem, a licensed electrician can fix the wiring in your home. But this is pretty spendy. Unfortunately, electrical rewiring can cost up between $8,000 and $15,000.
Prepare Your Home For Selling — Before you sell your home, you’ll also want to repair anything else that’s broken, update appliances, and even hire someone to stage the inside. MLS buyers today are pretty picky.
Or Sell To a Professional Homebuyer — If that all sounds like too much money and too much hassle, then you might consider selling to a professional homebuyer like ourselves. At Bridgelight Properties, we can buy your property as-is for cash and close in as little as two weeks. Give us a call at 513-438-0200 to get your fair cash offer!