Seller’s Home Inspection
With so many homes on the market, a Seller’s Inspection, also known as Pre-Listing Inspection can provide your home with a marketing edge. The home can be inspected, repairs performed, and a buyer can proceed with confidence knowing that all the systems are functional.
Problems found during a Buyer’s Inspection, it can lead to a new round of negotiations, delay your escrow, or even ruin your sale. List your house knowing that there won’t be any surprises. If you are buying another house on contingency, having your house pre-inspected gives you more negotiating power. The seller of the house you want to buy will feel better knowing your house will have a clean inspection, and shouldn’t delay your purchase.
Regardless of how a home looks on the outside, there may be underlying issues that need to be identified. A home inspection and home inspection report or home inspection list can protect the seller. Problems may develop over time which can go unnoticed by even the most meticulous homeowner. Unfortunately, these issues can lead to delays, unhappy buyers or even lawsuits after the sale.
Eventually, your buyers are going to conduct an inspection. You may as well know what they are going to find by getting there first.