Before you list your home for sale, let the Searchers Inspections team have a look at it first. Our certified home inspectors conduct a thorough home inspection on your property and if everything checks, you get a “Certified Move-In Ready” home inspection report!
This puts your property high in the rankings and makes the whole process easier for everyone involved. Once the pre-listing inspection is done, we’ll put a yard sign up and your realtor can add that the home is “Certified Move-In Ready” to the listing description. Having a Home Inspection Report available to view makes it more likely for a potential buyer to shortlist your property.
YES! A sellers pre-listing inspection lets you understand any possible roadblocks that can cause delays in the sale of your property. When you choose Searchers Inspections, we do an in-depth inspection of your property to help you understand its condition before you list it for sale. With this knowledge, you have the option to make sound decisions to ensure it gets sold.
With the details in our home inspection report, you get the opportunity to fix and replace what’s malfunctioning and decide who to hire to execute this. You have the liberty to choose what you are and aren’t going to have fixed/replaced. Any major or minor issue left unattended gets added to the disclosure statement presented by your realtor at the time of sale.
Having a home inspection report and clear disclosure statement highlighting ‘known defects’ helps you as the seller to weed out potential buyers who would eventually make an issue about these defects. This saves your time, effort and money since you will only be interacting with buyers that are satisfied with the current condition of the property as mentioned in the home inspection report.
A pre-listing home inspection also helps you surpass any last minute negotiations with the buyer during the buyer’s 10-day-option period. Also, waiting for the buyer to have a home inspection done just delays the whole process for the seller. This means having to wait for them to spot issues you may be unaware of but now have to rush to repair/replace, or negotiate your listed selling price and sell at much lower price.
Such negotiations usually lead to you losing money due to lack of enough information about the property. In such cases, you are eventually forced to make the necessary repairs or offer credit to the buyer for replacements. To avoid all these hassles, contact us today for a sellers pre-listing inspection.
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