Sellers and Pre-Listing Home Inspections

Selling

Pre-Listing Home Inspections are home inspections done by Sellers, before putting their house on Market. 

Gives you peace of mind

Knowing about your house before you put it on market will give you enough peace of mind, not to get stressed when the buyers start putting in offers. If you are aware of the condition of your house, you would already have done enough research into what needs to be repaired and how much it will cost (either to you or the buyer). Putting you in better position to come up with your expected house price.

Can help you save money

To know the potential issues or repairs early on, will keep the sellers in control. If you decide to fix it, you will have enough time to do research and get the repairs done in your budget.

If you not to fix it, it will still help. Get repair estimates from 2-3 different contractors and put it as one of your disclosures for buyers to review. This shows you as an open and transparent seller. 

Can save the deal

If buyers do their own home inspections, at times they would over estimate the costs, will ask for price deductions, or just walk out of the deal! 

Give buyers the confidence to buy your house

A proactive seller who has done due diligence to show the buyers home inspection reports, builds trust and confidence with them. It makes your house a strong competition.  

Helps you sell faster 

Pre-listing inspection report, helps your agent to use it as a marketing tool to attract more buyers.