Why should I have a Pre-Listing Inspection?

A Pre-Listing Inspection puts you in control as a Seller. When you are trying to sell your home, one of the most important things that are requested of the buyer is a Home Inspection. This is when every part of your home is inspected to provide the buyer with an in-depth report of the current condition of the home. A Pre-Listing Inspection can help you be ahead of any issues that you may be unaware of.

What is a Pre-Listing Inspection?

A Pre-Listing Inspection is not required. However, the reason many sellers are now scheduling these types of inspections is to put them in control of their investment and to ensure they have a great transaction. Regardless of how long you may have been living in the home or how old the home is, there may be underlying issues that you may not have been aware of even before your purchase.

That is why as an experienced Home Inspector in Riverside County, and it’s surrounding areas I am able to put my expertise to use to provide you with an in-depth report of the condition of your home.

Here are a few other reasons to consider a Pre-Listing Inspection:

Minimize Delay – knowing the current condition of your home before listing will give you peace of mind to not have to worry about major things that may delay the process of selling your home. Knowing what is required to be fixed or replaced before your Buyer’s Home Inspection will allow you to know where your home stands.

Home Value – A Home Inspection doesn’t just point out what needs to be improved, it also points out the good! This means you can use this information on your listing to show potential buyers the good things in your home such as a sewer system in good condition, updated electrical, good working water heater, etc.

Fear of buyer’s dropping out of the transaction – why wait until you have gone through several parts of your home sale process such as hiring a realtor, cleaning up your home, decorating the home, photoshoot, open houses, accepting offers, etc. Only to find out the buyer got cold feet after seeing the Home Inspection report.

Improvements – The Pre-Listing Home Inspection Report will provide you with a very detailed condition of the home, I can help you prioritize which areas will be required to be improved before the sale of your home as well as what items may bring more value to your home before you go through the selling process.

Negotiating Power – In the vent you are not in the position to make improvements to your home to increase the value, The Pre-Listing Home Inspection will put you in a powerful position to know ahead of time costs of things that will be uncovered during your Buyer’s Home Inspection. Although a Home Inspection will not provide you with costs, my report will allow you to seek information from other service providers to give you insight on the cost of repairs.

Don’t wait until it’s too late! Start the process of selling your home with a Pre-Listing Home Inspection. Call me to schedule yours today: (951) 351-1855

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