Seller’s Inspection Adds Value and Helps the Listing Stand Out

May 1, 2013

Seller’s Inspection Adds Value and Helps the Listing Stand Out

Thinking of selling your home? Are you asking yourself, “Should I get a home inspection before I sell my house?” A seller’s inspection (also known as a Pre-Listing Inspection) will help your home “stand out” in the market – helping catch the buyer’s attention. The two most popular ways to do that is price and value. In order to determine the price one must look at the value first. Here is where a home inspection performed now can help justify the price and give value to the inspected home.

Homeowner benefits of having a home inspection now: 

  1. Support your asking price by advertising that your home is already inspected and has no surprises. We provide your agent with a public link to the inspection report that will separate your ad listing from all the rest. Buyers can see the clean inspection report and be one step closer in scheduling a walk through.
  2. If deficiencies are found, know now before a buyer comes along and adjust the price or make repairs at realistic costs, not inflated estimates in the heat of negotiations. Call us for a re-inspection after repairs are performed and we can provide a fresh inspection report that you can link to on your listing.

Looking for more information about Pre-Listing Home Inspection before selling the house? View our Pre-Listing Inspections page.

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