Why do I want a home warranty?
A home warranty is absolutely something you should consider asking the seller to pay for when purchasing a home or purchasing one yourself. When you own a home you're now responsible for anything that goes wrong, and after purchasing a home you may not have the cash to do the repairs or replacements that will be required if something in your home quits working.
You can choose how much you pay for your home warranty. The basic plan can run as low as $400 up to $600 for the deluxe plan. Regardless of the plan you decide to purchase items like AC and furnace tune ups are free, pipe leaks, clogs water heater, dishwasher, built-in microwave, oven and many more will be covered. When you get the deluxe plan you even have items such as ice maker, ceiling fans, and no fault upgrades will all be covered.
If you choose not to purchase a home warranty you run the risk of having any of these items go out causing a costly repair that could go into the thousands! So be prepared and purchase a home warranty, you can also buy a new one every year you own your home.
Talk to a home warranty specialist for more information and details on what is covered and further questions.
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