Selling your home can be rewarding. It can also be stressful. One of the pitfalls of the selling process is the buyer’s home inspection. It can result in closing delays, price renegotiations, unpleasant surprises and last-minute contractor repair estimates. Especially now with changes in the HUD and the implementation of TRID closing will be pushed out an extra 15-30 days.
You can protect yourself, make your home look it’s best in a competitive market, and clear many of the roadblocks to a sale by having your home inspected before you place it on the market. Walking through a pre-inspected home gives prospective buyers more confidence in the condition of the property and leads to a greater willingness to trust you. What this means for you is a closed deal and less stress for everyone.
Greater Potential to Receive Higher Offers
Sell your home faster
Reduce the chance of price renegotiations
Avoid closing delays
Differentiate you home from all others for sale in the area
Reduce your liability through full disclosure
Provide proof to buyers of your home’s condition
Reduce the chance for unpleasant surprises from the buyer’s inspection
Buyers can lock in their interest rates with a quicker close date
Schedule your prelisting inspection at a time convenient for you.
You may choose to attend the entire inspection or arrive toward the end to review the inspector’s significant findings. Our vendor’s inspections meet stringent industry standards and include the following:
Roof and flashing
Lots and grounds
Windows and doors
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