Home Seller

Sell with confidence

Also known as a “pre-listing inspection”, sellers do a pre-inspection to know ahead of time what a buyer is going to find during their own inspection. Sellers have the opportunity to get a home inspection before listing their home to avoid surprises during the transaction. Did you know that 25 percent of sellers get a home inspection before contacting an agent? It’s the third-most common pre-listing, pre-agent activity, behind completing home improvements (which 50 percent of sellers do).

As a home seller, get ahead of issues a buyer might bring up during the home buying process

Benefits of having a seller
home inspection

Limiting surprise defects arising during the buyer’s inspection

The ability to repair defects prior to the initial offer

Complete readiness for marketing and selling of the home

The likelihood of increased showings

Reduced time on market

Offers at or exceeding listing price

Greater confidence in countering and accepting offers

and many
more benefits +

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