Thursday, April 14, 2016
Pre-listing / Seller Home Inspection
More and more sellers are choosing to have a thorough inspection before or when they first list their home. First and foremost, you should have a home inspection for full disclosure. You will have demonstrated that you did all you could do to reveal any defects within the home. Second, you will save money and hassle by being alerted to any defects now instead of after your have negotiated the sale and are faced with potentially costly repairs discovered during the buyer’s inspection. Defects discovered before a buyer comes along means that you can shop around for a contractor rather than deal with inflated estimates that a buyer may present. The more you know about your home, the more prepared you will be for negotiating the final price. See What's Inspected for more details.