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Selling Your Home? Consider a Pre-Listing Inspection.

Selling your home can be a stressful time and while most people focus on the cosmetic looks of the home, you should also be concerned with the portions of your home that are not so easily visible. Having your home inspected by a Certified Professional Inspector can help you to identify any hidden potential issues before you list it. Eventually your home buyers are going to conduct a home inspection, so why not have one done first and find out if there are any issues that could result in the buyers trying to negotiate a lower price or worse yet not buying the home all together.


Once your home has been inspected you will receive a detailed report on the condition of the home. Any issues will be identified in the report, and this will allow you the time to repair them before you list your home on the market. These could be as major as foundation or plumbing problems or something small like a GFCI outlet that is not working properly. Either way you will know and not be surprised later on with potentially costly repairs. Identifying and repairing these issues can give you peace of mind when you are selling your home, making the process go much smother.


When you list your home, you can include the inspection report to show potential buyers that the home is in good condition and that any necessary repairs have been made. This can help you to stand out among other similar homes for sale and help to expedite the sale. So, while a pre-listing inspection will cost you a small amount to have done, it could increase your selling amount significantly by alerting you to any issues and having them repaired before you sell. Contact me today and I'll be happy to schedule your pre-listing inspection so that you can know the condition of your home before you list it.

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