Be A Step Ahead
Pre-listing inspections help reduce complications with your sale.
As a seller, you have a personal attachment to your home. Problems that arise because of a home inspection can be extremely frustrating. Many items that you think are working just fine may be "called out" by an inspector to be repaired or even replaced.
Depending on what an inspection uncovers, a buyer may need to renegotiate the terms of the sale. The number of issues in your home may cause a buyer to request a reduction in the sale price, or even worse, cancel escrow entirely.
Be in control.
When obtaining a pre-listing inspection, there is no longer any mystery of what an inspector requires of you. Our report can help you identify items of concern, so you can make repairs with the contractors of your choice, on your time schedule, and within your budget.
This also helps buyers feel more confident that you are doing your part in providing them with a well-maintained home with minimal defects. In fact, some buyers may decide to waive their own inspection after seeing how detailed our report is.
Other ways pre-listing inspections helps sellers:
Saves you time and money. You are able to obtain quotes and make repairs on your own schedule.
Allows you to set your sale price based on known defects.
Helps disclose items of concern to your buyer.
Reduces your liability and increases buyer confidence.
Helps you become aware of immediate safety hazards in need of correction.
Prevents complications in negotiating with your sellers.
By reducing the number of items in a buyer's inspection, you can feel confident that your transaction will be as smooth as possible.