Save Money, Maximize Your Return
While home inspections are typically used by home buyers, you — as the seller — also have a lot riding on this transaction. Renegotiations after an inspection may result in you needing to make repairs, a reduction in the price, or if more serious issues are discovered, revocation of the offer from the seller.
Put yourself in a stronger position for negotiations, and maximize your sale price, by having your home inspected before listing it on the market. If you choose to make repairs before listing, you’ll have plenty of time. Fix issues at your leisure, with no looming deadlines.
We Respect Your Property, and Your Time
Many strangers will be entering your home during the selling process, some more respectful than others. You can rest assured that we respect your time and property as though it were our own. We strive to always be on time and take every precaution to avoid causing any damage to your property. By the time we are finished, it should be as though we were never even there.
We Give a Different Perspective
It’s your home. You probably know it inside and out. However, you might underestimate or not even notice some issues. A home inspection is still incredibly helpful because a home inspector is trained to notice things that most people won’t. Your home inspector also has a lot of experience to draw on when assessing any problems they encounter.
Although normally used for home buyers, pre-listing inspections are becoming more common.
Avoid Surprises, Sell with Confidence
Go into negotiations with more control and ensure a quicker, smoother transaction. Findings from a buyer’s inspection can catch you off guard, just as it can the buyer. If that happens, then you’ll be under pressure to correct the problem quickly or lower the price. If a major problem is discovered, or negotiations break down, then the transaction is in jeopardy. And when a deal falls through, no one wins.