An inspection of your existing home can help you sell it easier and faster, and more profitably by addressing any issues on the front end, rather than in the negotiation process.
Pre-listing Home Inspection Benefits
A home inspection isn't just for the buyer. More and more sellers are realizing the advantages of having their home inspected BEFORE putting it on the market.
There are many benefits to having your home inspected before listing. With a pre-listing inspection your home could sell faster and for more money without any renegotiations because results of the inspection will be presented ahead of time. By having a home inspected by InSpecPRO before it goes on the market, the seller gains confidence and security by knowing in advance what the problems are and the repairs, if any, that need to be made. Your potential buyer will be reassured about the condition of the home from the detailed inspection report. A pre-inspected listing will also give you the ability to fix any problems and deal with any issues ahead of time, so there won't be any surprises.
- Home could sell faster!
- Home could sell for more money!
- It allows you to see your home through the eyes of a critical and neutral third party.
- It alerts you to immediate safety issues before agents and visitors tour your home.
- It may alert you to items of immediate concern, such as radon gas or active termite infestation.
- No more buyers walking away because they think there is a problem with the house.
- No deal-killing home inspector picking your home apart after the deal is done.
- No 11th hour renegotiations based on the inspector's findings
- No helpless feelings that an inspector has raised an issue that is not a big problem.
- No more buyers getting cold feet when they find out the home is not perfect.
- No more buyers walking away because they don't have time for an inspection.
- No more parade of inspectors through your home before a multiple-offer situation.
- It reduces your liability by adding professional supporting documentation to your disclosure statement.
- You resolve any differences of opinion before the house goes on the market.
- You fix any problems you like or recognize the problem and reflect it in the purchase price - take it off the table as a negotiating tool against you.