Pre-Listing Inspection Benefits
Selling a property, whether it's your first or fifth, maybe just as difficult as buying one.
A pre-listing house inspection is one approach to simplify the procedure.
Pre-listing inspections are identical to ordinary inspections in that they take a non-intrusive look at all of your home's systems—heating, cooling, plumbing, electrical, etc.—as well as its construction, and they give you a thorough report on their findings.
Although house inspections are typically requested by purchasers, sellers who let building and home inspectors into their properties before listing them for sale may reap some significant benefits from the practice.
Here are three reasons why property owners should think about getting a comprehensive inspection before putting their house on the market.
1. A pre-listing inspection could assist in giving the seller the upper hand in negotiations.
A buyer's contingency period could slow down the sale of your house if you want it to go quickly.
If the buyer's inspection finds problems with your property, they could ask you to rectify them or demand payment from you.
The negotiation process will move more quickly if the inspection is done before a sales contract is signed because you will have identified and disclosed any problems.
2. Prevent future issues that are not necessary.
A buyer's inspector may discover several problems with your property, and a big list of small problems or neglected maintenance tasks will seem daunting to purchasers.
You can address problems that the inspector finds even before you start presenting your house to prospective buyers.
You will be presented with the issues up front rather than throughout the contingency period.
3. Save money and time.
You can save money by having your inspector offer advice on issues that a typical buyer could find concerning.
Additionally, by fixing problems with your house before marketing it, you will increase its worth and your ability to negotiate.
Certified Spartan Home inspectors are trained to perform a professional inspection that meets or exceeds the highest standards in the industry.
We are going beyond OAHI / CAHPI Standards of Practice providing the best experience for you and preparing you to be well confident in buying or
sell your investment.