So, you’ve decided to put your home on the market. Will the fact that it has had radon in the past deter potential buyers from making an offer, or is this simply one of the many myths about radon?
Turn a Burden Into a Blessing
Rather than focus on the fact that your property had radon in the past, you instead want to concentrate on preventative and treatment steps taken since then. Be open and honest about your home’s history of radon with interested parties, but lean more into steps taken to address the issue and how well those measures have worked. By having already treated radon, you can potentially boost the overall value of your property. Wouldn’t you rather move into a home that doesn’t have radon and has been radon-proofed at no cost to you?