Why a Home Seller Should Have a Pre-Inspection Performed

  • Eliminate surprises found by the buyer's inspector

  • Having the home you are selling inspected is a great marketing tool, gives you the edge over other houses on the market

  • Sell your home faster at the highest possible price

  • Pre-Sale inspections allow for full disclosure

  • See home inspection page for what is inspected

  • Gives the owner the opportunity to make repairs to the home in advance to support your asking price

  • Call Prism for a re-inspection after repairs are made for a fresh inspection report that you can link to your listing

Why a Listing Agent Should Have Their Listings Pre-Inspected

  • Other agents with buyers would then know listings are not going to have surprises typically associated with a home inspection

  • Helps the owner realize that repairs need to be made or the price needs to be lowered

  • As an agent, I am going to limit my time with this listing if the inspection reveals problems and the seller doesn't want to address them or lower the price

  • Home inspection report can be linked to the home's web listing

  • Contact Prism for a walk through inspection with the new buyer, the visual inspection agreement will then be transferred from the home seller to the buyer and Prism

  • Please call or use the contact page for more information or to schedule an appointment

Prism Home and Building Inspections LLC

2 Corpus Christi Place, Suite 200

Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

(843) 422-4458

Prism Home and Building Inspections LLC

340 Eisenhower Drive, Building 200

Suite 210

Savannah, GA  31406

(912) 355-1349

Prism Home and Building Inspections LLC

1700 Frederica Road

Suite 101

St. Simon's Island, GA  31522

(912) 257-7329

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