Pre-Listing Home Inspections

No matter how well you think you know your home there are, more often than not, hidden issues that you had no idea were even there! In fact, the Home Inspection business was born because of the many cases where buyers inherited unseen problems; discovered after the closing papers had been signed.

A savvy Home Buyer will insist upon a professional Home Inspection before going to the closing table. A knowledgeable Home Seller will have a Pre-Listing Home Inspection done on their property BEFORE putting it up for sale.

A Pre-Listing Home Inspection will not only give you an honest assessment of the true condition of your home, it can also be an invaluable tool when working with a Realtor to set the price of your home and head off any unseen surprises that could come up prior to closing.

You deserve every advantage when selling your home. Make sure that you know its true condition prior to listing with a Realtor!

A professionally executed Pre-listing Home Inspection will reveal any major problems with the home’s roof, basement, foundation, walls, and ceilings) or in its electrical, plumbing, heating or cooling systems. This will allow you, The Seller, to decide if you want to have them repaired or replaced. It also gives you a major marketing advantage because you can increase your home’s value by fixing blemishes or adjust the price for the Buyer, making your home more appealing.

A third party, unbiased Home Inspection provides the Seller with a written report that can be used as an additional sales tool if the home is in good condition. Having this documentation to hand to the Home Buyer will make them not only feel more confident in their decision making but will increase good will between buyer and seller.