A pre-listing inspection will give you an opportunity to fix any repairs before selling your home and will make the whole real estate process smoother. We provided unbiased home inspections with detailed reports so you can decide how to best present your house to potential buyers. Call our office today to schedule your inspection.
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Why should I get my home inspected if I want to sell it and move?
Having a pre-listing inspection done before listing your home with an agent, gives you ample time to have any repairs done. The inspection report is certainly not a list of things a seller is obligated to fix before closing, but the more you can do to improve the condition of your home, the higher you can set your asking price.
Our extensive pre-listing inspection reports will let you know the overall condition of your home and specifically point out any major defects with the main components of your home.
If we find that the HVAC system is malfunctioning or may need to be replaced soon, then you might want to consider replacing it before attempting to sell your home.
Potential buyers will most certainly have a home inspection done before closing, and if the list of major defects and repairs needed is extensive, many buyers will walk away. Having a pre-listing inspection done gives sellers an opportunity to reduce the amount of needed repairs and make their property more appealing to buyers.
After seeing our final pre-listing inspection report, you might also decide that you would like to offer certain aspects of your home as ‘as is’ when listing the property. You can negotiate with the buyer so they will accept elements in their current state which the purchase price would reflect.
When it comes to selling your home, making a proactive choice to have an inspection is better than being forced to react quickly when you are surprised at what the buyer’s home inspection uncovers. The pre-listing inspection also means you are complying with full disclosure laws.
If you are ready to sell your home, your first step should be calling us for a pre-listing inspection before you call a real estate agent to put the property on the market.
Pre-listing Inspection Services
A pre-listing inspection will take roughly the same amount of time as our other home inspections, around two to three hours.
Our pre-listing inspection services include the following details:
- Roof condition and age
- HVAC condition and age
- Condition of electrical wiring and panels
- Overall status of plumbing system
- Foundation and overall structural health
- Major defects to any component of the home
- Potential for major defects in the near future
- Safety hazards
- And more
As with any of our home inspection services, you can count on our professional and polite home inspectors arriving on time for the schedule inspection.
If you are interesting in a pre-listing inspection or any of our inspection services, contact us today.
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When you need a pre-listing inspection in Tampa, St Petersburg, Clearwater, call us for exceptional service and superior inspection reports.