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FOR THE REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONAL
As you are fully aware, the majority of radon mitigation systems are installed due to a real estate transaction and the seller is typically responsible for payment of the system installation requested by the buyer. By the time a buyer has requested an installation of a radon mitigation system, perhaps the seller has had so many other buyer requests to fix or update, they're at a point where they are fed up with the whole selling process and feel that they've met their limit paying for repairs to the house they're selling. When the decision to choose who installs the system is left solely up to the seller as opposed to involving the buyer as well, the seller will obviously want to select the cheapest radon mitigation system installation. The cheapest is rarely if ever the best system available, so in the end, the buyer will have to live with an inferior system that has a shorter system warranty, is functionally inefficient, lacks quality workmanship and, as a result, detracts from the value of the home which will undoubtedly affect the sale of their home in the future.
So what's the solution that will completely satisfy everyone involved in the sale of a home with a radon issue? It's very simple.Get the buyer involved in the decision as to which company installs the radon system. The seller, understandably, wants to save money so they’ll want to get the cheapest guaranteed system proposal or bid and submit that to their buyer as their bottom line fiscal responsibility regarding the radon system installation. If there are proposals that are more expensive, but the buyer prefers one of them over the seller's cheapest bid, and the buyer is willing to pay the difference between the two, what harm is there in that process? Obviously, it is the best solution for all parties involved and absolutely guarantees total satisfaction when the sale of the home is complete.
Timmit Radon Systems has always requested the exact above described scenario of the seller but invariably, if left solely up to the seller's discretion, the cheapest system will be selected. If the buyer is unaware that all radon mitigation systems are not created equal, they will let the seller make the decision and not give it another thought. It therefore is critical that all parties involved in the sale of a home understand that the best way to satisfy everyone's needs and desires regarding the radon issue is to be educated on the different options available. That means informing the buyer that they don’t have to settle for the seller’s selection but rather have the option of requesting their own proposals for the radon mitigation system. They can then compare them to the seller’s bottom dollar system that truly addresses the different aspects of the required radon system for the particular home involved and offer to pay the difference between the two.
Radon mitigation is a service-oriented industry as is the real estate industry. The goal should be to provide the best service possible regarding every aspect of the purchase or sale of a home and that includes the radon issue. If the buyer's representative fails to communicate the radon system installation options, they haven't served their client to the best of their ability. The same is true for the seller's representative also. By communicating to their clients that "All Radon Mitigation Systems Are Not Created Equal" and who and what are behind that message, the real estate industry will meet their client's needs by providing the best service possible, and as a result, Timmit Radon Systems will be the preferred choice.