Pre-Listing Inspection

Price : $280.00

Market your home to sell it fast! A pre-listing inspection is recommended for any seller. It will give you a leg-up when it comes to listing your house and negotiating your selling price.

Why Get a Pre-Listing Inspection?

More than likely, once you receive an offer on your house, a home buyer will have an inspection done for your listing. Why wait and see what the buyer's home inspection finds, nervously anticipating the "verdict" from the home inspector. You might as well know the status of your home first. Control the process by having a home inspection performed before you place your house on the market.

How Can A Pre-Listing Help Sell Your House?

  • Allows the sellers to see the home through the eyes of a critical and neutral third party.
  • Alerts the sellers to immediate safety issues before agents and visitors tour the home such as gas leaks, carbon monoxide spillage and roof leaks.
  • Permits you to make repairs ahead of time so that defects won't become negotiating stumbling blocks later. Inspections in the 11th hour of a home negotiation are a thing of the past.
  • Gives the seller time to make repairs or get reasonably priced contractors to make the repairs.
  • Convinces sellers to price the home more realistically. Sell, Sell, Sell.
  • Relieves prospective buyers concerns and suspicions. Some buyers walk because they feel uneven carpet.
  • Can encourage buyers to waive their inspection contingency.
  • Reduces your seller’s liability by adding professional supporting documentation to their disclosure statement.
  • Pre-approves the sellers. You pre-approve your buyers so you don’t waste time. Why waste sellers time if a deal falls apart because of inadequate funds to fix the house. “As is” doesn’t mean contracted buyers will still buy after inspections.

Please plan on approximately 2 - 2 1/2 hours for a pre-listing inspection.