Anyone selling their home needs to get a home inspection – it’s inevitable. But getting one before listing your property puts you ahead of the game.
A key benefit of Sellers Pre-Listing Inspection services is that you will be prepared for the sale - if any problems are discovered that need to be addressed, you can have the repairs or improvements done on your own terms, on your own schedule, saving you money.
A pre-listing home inspection is performed using the exact same ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors) Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics as a buyer’s home inspection. The inspector will perform a visual non-invasive inspection of the home’s major systems.
As a seller, a home inspection:
Alerts you of safety issues prior to potential buyers visiting your property
Ranks and prioritizes deficiencies
Allows you to make any necessary repairs
Assists in property evaluation
Makes a property more appealing to potential buyers
Provides an unbiased assessment of the property before negotiations begin
Helps avoid renegotiations during the selling process
Reduces the risk of potential buyers walking away because there is no time for a home inspection
The findings of the pre-listing home inspection should also assist the seller in completing the required disclosure statement about their home.
Having a pre-listing home inspection performed and advertising the home as having had one performed recently, can help make your new listing stand out above the crowd and can help attract otherwise weary potential buyers.
Our professional home seller’s inspection is a complete visual examination of the property by a qualified and experienced professional.
Using our touch-screen technology the approved Inspector chooses from detailed lists explaining conditions with a color coded 0-5 score rating. All inspection scores are added up to reach an average for the property.