Many people think home inspections can only benefit the buyers.
But a pre-listing inspection is actually a solid investment to help homeowners sell their homes faster.
Not only will it save you time and money, but a pre-list inspection can also give you important and useful information in the negotiation process.
Home inspections are one of the most mismanaged aspects of the home selling process; skimping on the pre-sell inspection can give buyers an upper hand.
Improve your odds of selling and earning what you deserve by booking a pre-sell inspection.
An inspection before you list can give you a strong standing in reaching a deal with which you are satisfied.
Why give buyers the upper hand when it’s easy to establish a level playing field?
Show of Good Faith
Show buyers that you are willing to go beyond the expected and you have nothing to hide. This will put buyers’ minds at ease when considering the purchase of your home
This pre-sell inspection will make you aware of any issues before listing. Your home is more likely to sell fast if it is problem-free and a pre-list inspection will give you time to address any issues.
Highlight Attractive Features
Show off any upgrades or assets your home has to offer and increase the value of your property.
There are various benefits of a pre-list inspection, but these three take the cake. Make life easier on yourself by scheduling your inspection today!
Ensure a smooth inspection by taking these actions:
1. Clear Access
Make sure all clutter is removed, and important areas like the furnace, water heater, AC units, and attics are easily accessible to the inspector.
2. Turn on the Lights
Replace any bulbs and make sure light fixtures are in working order.
3. Open House
Keep doors and gates unlocked for your home inspector.
4. Be Honest
Let inspectors know from the start of any flaws your home has. This could be a busted light fixture or broken tile. Having your original plans handy can also be helpful!
5. Check Monitors
Are your fire alarm and carbon monoxide monitors working?
If not, replace them. If you aren’t sure, it’s time to check!
6. Look for Cracks
Any cracks in a window or a broken screen will show up in a report. Address these issues before the inspection.
7. Open and Close Everything
Check all your windows and doors to make sure they are working properly. Do a quick jiggle test on the doorknobs around the house as well.
We Can Help!
We’re here to help you get the most out of your home – you’ve got our experience and expertise to your advantage. Use our advice to ensure a painless and effective pre-list inspection!
Check out our seller’s inspection services where you can find copies of our easy to understand, digital reports.
If you are thinking of selling your home and getting a pre-list inspection, get in touch with us! We’ll help you schedule the best inspection for your home today!
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