August 19, 2022 at 2:33pm | Melanie Wood
A Pre-Listing Inspection not only helps prepare the home for selling but also gives the future owners confidence that the home is well kept.

  • Mitigate Risk
If the pre-listing inspection uncovers issues, the client can disclose or fix those issues to mitigate the risk of not disclosing known defects, protecting the agent and the client.

  • Price the Home Accurately
Using the pre-listing report can help get as close to the sweet spot as possible when determining the selling price. Buyers can reference the inspection report to justify the cost.

  • Attract Serious Buyers
Sharing the information with the buyer can help reduce doubts about the house and speed up the buying process.

  • Understanding the Condition of the Home
Having all information about the home upfront is key in preparing the home to sell to avoid surprises during the transaction process.

  • Better Marketing
A pre-listing report is excellent to draw attention to the positive features uncovered during the inspection. Sharing these findings is a great way to build trust with prospective buyers.

  • Fewer Negotiations
By having a pre-listing inspection performed, the client can avoid many common negotiations that may occur while fixing repairs.


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