a Pre-Listing Home Inspection
If you are a seller and want the upper hand when listing your home, it is always wise to perform a Pre-Listing Home Inspection. This will give you the upper hand as you can identify any major problems upfront that can potentially derail the sale. Any major repairs can be more cost effective if addressed early then having the buys own contractor to do the work.
Home Inspections have the power to send both the buyer and the seller back to the negotiation table. Depending on what the home inspections report uncovers, it may cost or save you thousands of dollars.
A determination of the home’s condition at the time of the inspection is a way of helping identify significant deficiencies. This allows the seller to repair conditions or reflect them in price and use the inspection report as a selling tool. This may speed up the sale. It may also get you a better sale price.
The inspection is a visual examination of the accessible and visible systems, components, and equipment of the primary residence. We record all significant defects found and will determine the causes when circumstances permit. To guide you during your decision-making process, we will provide recommendations for each defect.