SELL YOUR HOME FASTER WITH A PRE-LISTING HOME INSPECTION
You may not consider a seller inspection to be a worthy expense before you sell your home, since buyers will want their own inspections anyway and it could cost you time and money if an expensive issue crops up. The following are the top three home inspection tips you need to know when determining whether a seller inspection is in your best interest—and how it can help smooth the way to a quick sale
It will justify your position
Eliminating last-minute surprises and ensuring your home is properly priced can considerably reduce the negotiation phase by taking many of the home's defects off the table. Because you've had time to correct issues or reduce the price of your home, there won't be much left for buyers to negotiate on. While buyers will still request their own inspections as a condition of sale in most cases, you can be confident a secondary report will strengthen the information in your seller inspection, paving the way for buyers to remove this condition without the haggle. With all the cards on the table in the form of a seller inspection, buyers are less likely to walk away due to an unpleasant surprise discovered at the eleventh hour, and it will help combat any suspicions they may have. By removing these roadblocks, you can find your way to a smooth sale quickly—and for the best price possible.
If customers can’t find it, it doesn’t exist. Clearly list and describe the services you offer. Also, be sure to showcase a premium service.