A Seller’s Home Inspection is typically conducted prior to putting a home on the market. Benefits may include:

  • GET OFFERS FASTER!  Having the property inspected before going on the market means potential buyers are more confident in their purchase, often inspiring an offer quicker than having to wait for an inspection.
  • DEAL WITH ISSUES EARLY Should any concerns be found during the inspection, it gives the seller enough time to find adequate, affordable remedies to correct any problems in advance and avoid haggling with a prospective buyer. Less stress and save money on repairs!

A home inspection is an objective, visual analysis of the structure and systems of a home. An inspection will determine the areas of a home that are not performing correctly and the items that are beyond their useful life or are unsafe. The inspection includes areas of the home’s interior and exterior – from the roof to the foundation and the exterior drainage and retaining walls. If any issues or symptoms are found, we may recommend appropriate further evaluation.

A Home Inspection Report binder on your table and a “Pre-Inspected” yard sign during the listing period will be a welcome site for a buyers.