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Use a Pre-Sale Home Inspection to Sell Your Home

Thinking about selling your home?

Already have your home for sale, but not getting offers? 

Did you know that a pre-inspection before you put your house on the market can help you sell your home faster and for more money? It can also help you increase buyer interest, after you put your home on the market. One of the major benefits of having a pre-sale home inspection, sometimes called a “listing inspection,” is that it may lead to a home selling faster and for more money. This allows you to take care of issues with the building before they become a problem in negotiating a deal.


Look at what a pre-sale home inspection can do:

  • Provide you with helpful information for you and your Listing Agent to help you price your home correctly.

  • Facilitate a faster sale for more money.

  • Get more interest from potential buyers for

  • Give a clear picture of your house – including any issues that may derail the sale.

  • Eliminate last minute fall throughs or 11th hour re-negotiations.

  • Be aware of existing issues, giving you the chance to address them now so you get the best value on making repairs with competitive pricing.

  • Give yourself time to take care of any problems

  • Protect yourself from over-inflated buyer procured estimates.

  • We work with you on the final report if there are items you wish to repair.

  • Reduces your liability with full disclosure

  • Provides buyers the comfort of an unbiased 3rd party opinion

  • You can assist the inspector during the inspection, unlike the purchaser’s inspection.

Pre-Sale Home Inspection

How it works:


  1. Our inspector does a full inspection of the home being sold and sends the report to the seller.

  2. The seller reviews the report and has the opportunity to make repairs.  The seller can take their time and get the best value for their money because there is no time constraint from a buyer.

  3. After repairs are made, our inspector can come back out and will update the report.  The report is then available to be linked to the online posting, giving the listing a marketing advantage. Potential buyers do not have to worry about the condition of the home, because it’s all in the report.

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