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    Sellers: Why a home Warranty? Presented by Toth Team

    Stacey Kraft with Home Warranty of America is with me today
    to answer some questions on all things seller home warranties today.

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    Protection for home sellers is necessary.

     

    Q. From the point of closing and beyond, how long will that coverage last for the buyer?

    A: The new-buyer plans are for 13 months or you can buy a two- or three-year plan up front if you wish to.

    Q. If an issue were to arise with the home, what would the seller do from there?

    A: The seller will call our 800 number and file a claim. Then, our claims representative will set up a time for a contractor to come to the home and assess the situation. If it’s determined that the repair can be accomplished in a cost-effective manner, we’ll repair it. If the issue is beyond repair, we’ll replace the item.

    Stacey and Home Warranty of America have always serviced our needs in a highly competent way, and have been quick to action in getting our claims addressed. Without a doubt, Home Warranty of America is a wonderful resource for you if you’re selling your home.

    If you have any questions for Stacey, go ahead and give her a call at (248) 330-1076. And if you or someone you know would like help with any real estate needs, please give us a call at 866-OWN-THIS or email us at Team1@KathyToth.com. We look forward to hearing from you!

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