A lot of ‘behind the scenes’ work goes into listing your home on the market.
All the to-do’s of: deep cleaning; sharpening that curb appeal; staging the books & flower vases,
AND Seller-Home Inspection?
Yep! That’s right, before you anchor that “FOR SALE” sign in your yard, add seller’s inspection to that list.
Keep more money in your pockets.
Use a thorough inspection report to avoid surprises & costly deferred repairs. A standard report should contain all the same elements that the buyers’ inspector will inspect. Included in this report should be:
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Having an inspection report on hand and making repairs ahead of time can save you time and money in the end. Not
only can you (possibly) make it to the closing table sooner but you could have fewer expenses. When the buyer’s inspector denotes deficiencies, needs for improvements or safety hazards- negotiating
these repairs could be time consuming. Most often, repair requests are to be corrected before closing.
This request will be accompanied with terms like ‘certified professional’, ‘include receipt’, and ‘require proof of proper repair’.
The seller-inspection not only helps prepare a seller as to what the inspector will be looking at
& for but can offer the opportunity for the repairs to be made on the front end instead of as a
closing date gets closer. A seller hiring an inspection owns the report; however- being prepared could get your real estate sold quicker.
Visit our site for a sample of this inspection report.