From 2013 to 2017, 27 percent of reported fires occurred in homes. This translates to about 354,000 homes per year during this period. Although fire-detection technologies have advanced, home fires are still common.
As a homeowner, you know that fire is a constant risk. You do everything to prevent it, but you can’t completely eliminate the risk.
What if the worst has happened and your home has been razed down by fire? You can also sell the property!
But how do you go about selling a fire-damaged house? Read our guide to learn more.
Restore the Property
If you have an active homeowner’s insurance policy, the insurance company will compensate you for your losses. You should at least get enough money to repair the property and restore it…