A seller’s inspection, also known as a pre-listing inspection, can help uncover potential problems that can delay the pending sale of your home, or worse, cause a qualified buyer to back out of a deal.
More than 90% of home buyers get a home inspection before finalizing the sale. If the inspection reveals that repairs are necessary, it could jeopardize the sale. The buyer may ask you to make the repairs, reduce the sale price, or they may even cancel the offer entirely. Obtaining a seller’s or pre-listing inspection allows you to discover and fix any deficiencies before you list your property for sale to facilitate a faster, smoother buying process. This proactive approach will give the buyer more confidence in their purchasing decision and may even avoid the typical delay of an inspection contingency.
Benefits of Getting a Seller’s Inspection:
A seller’s inspection is a complete home inspection, just like our Buyer’s Inspection, which includes:
There are thousands of homes for sale on the Orlando Regional MLS every day. When you’re competing with other properties, you need a competitive advantage to get in front of more qualified buyers. A seller’s inspection can make your property more desirable to potential home buyers. Rather than waiting for a buyer to complete a home inspection and uncover a problem, a seller’s inspection lets you discover and repair any issues ahead of time.
The detailed home inspection report will indicate the results of our independent evaluation of your property. If any defects are found, you will have time to correct it before your property goes on the market. You can share the report with prospective buyers, including any repairs you made, instilling more confidence about the condition of the property. Plus, you won’t have to worry about buyer’s deducting the cost of repairs from their original offer. Saving potential buyers the cost of a home inspection can also help make your property more desirable, resulting in a faster sale at a higher price.