Pre-Listing Inspections for Sellers
If you are selling a home, you’ll want to find out about any hidden issues with your property before your house goes on the market. Most buyers include the condition that the contract is contingent upon completion of a satisfactory inspection. This is known as the “inspection contingency”. We at Inspect & Detect, LLC have performed hundreds of these inspections for buyers.
Buyers will order a professional home inspection performed by an inspector of their choice. If the buyer’s inspector finds issues with the property they weren’t made aware of, it can cause the buyer to have doubts and the agreement can fall apart. At best, surprise problems uncovered by the buyer’s inspector, at the worst possible time, can cause renegotiations in your final sales price or cost you more money for professional repairs, as well as cause delays in closing.
It’s better to have your own inspection before putting your home on the market. Having a pre-listing inspection done by Inspect & Detect, LLC will make the entire sale process easier. Find out about previously unknown situations with your home and correct them in advance, on your terms. Or present the items “as is” and reflect it in the purchase price.
Realtors are very pleased when sellers get a pre-listing inspection as they then can move forward aggressively with confidence in your now listed property knowing there will be no surprises after they have invested substantially into the marketing of your property. It is a valuable asset to selling your home and also selling yourself to your realtor.
Buyers are leery and everything you can do to add credibility to yourself and your property can only help you. We at Inspect & Detect, LLC understand both sides of this equation to be able to serve you properly.
Home Seller Inspections
No more price renegotiations after the buyer has a home inspection.
No more alarmed buyers when their home inspector finds a problem.
No more does the Seller have to deal with an inflated repair estimate that costs him or her money.
No more countless hours and dollars to get a contract that is "blown out of the water" by surprise defects.
Above all, a Seller's Inspection is the ultimate gesture of full disclosure and will help protect the Seller.