An inspection of your existing home can help you sell it easier and faster, and more profitably by addressing any issues on the front end, rather than in the negotiation process.
As the seller of the home, or a listing agent helping a seller, properly preparing a home for an inspection is important, to help things go smoothly with the inspection process. Read More
There are many benefits to having your home inspected before listing. With a pre-listing inspection your home could sell faster and for more money without any renegotiations because results of the inspection will be presented ahead of time. Your potential buyer will be reassured about the condition of the home from the detailed inspection report. A pre-inspected listing will also give you the ability to fix any problems and deal with any issues ahead of time, so there won't be any surprises.
"Having a home inspected prior to listing is beneficial to both the seller and the buyer," says Chris Messick of Edgewood GMAC Real Estate in Yardley, PA. "It allows the seller to be informed of any issues upfront and to allow for corrections to be made well in advance of closing. When a buyer tours a home that they are considering buying, they can be presented with the inspection report and the seller can show what, if anything, has already been taken care of. This can be very comforting to a buyer, particularly in this less competitive market we are all faced with right now."
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