Are you considering selling your home? If so, then you’re probably anxious to get the transaction done as soon as possible.
After all, it’s stressful to feel like your life is in limbo for months. You’re always trying to keep the house clean, and you have to get the family out of the house whenever there’s a showing.
It can feel like you don’t have much power in this situation, but that’s exactly why it makes sense to be proactive with a pre-listing inspection.
Your Realtor has probably already told you that any prospective buyer is likely to ask for a complete home inspection before finalizing any sale. How confident are you that the inspector isn’t going to uncover any major problems?
If you’re like most people, then you may not have a lot of confidence. In fact, the whole thing starts to make you feel anxious. What if there’s a leak in the roof that you don’t know about? What if something is wrong with the home’s plumbing or electrical systems?
Wouldn’t it put your mind at ease to know more about your home’s condition even before you put it up for sale?
That is exactly what you can do with a pre-listing inspection. Contact the experts at Pro-Spect to learn more about their inspection services. Our licensed inspectors can help you uncover any issues that could affect a sale.
When you have a potential buyer, who seems really excited about your home, the last thing you want is for anything to go wrong. Unfortunately, when the potential buyer brings their inspector out to look at the property, you might find yourself getting nervous.
Are their problems in your house that you couldn’t imagine in your worst nightmares?
Why worry? Just call Pro-Spect instead. With pre-listing home inspections, you’ll know the precise condition of your home before it even goes on the market.
This not only minimizes your stress levels, but it also can ensure that any inspection performed by the buyer’s inspector will be smooth sailing.
That’s because pre-listing inspections have already uncovered any potentially deal-breaking issues. Your inspector will inform you regarding any safety concerns, major defects, or repair items. Then, you can either decide to have these issues fixed or disclose them to any buyer. This provides an opportunity for negotiation. The buyer may ask that you fix the problem or reduce the home’s price. It’s up to you to decide what you’re willing to do.
Having an inspection performed before you list your home can make a huge difference in the experience from beginning to end.
When you are informed about the condition of your home, then it’s easier to price it accurately. If a buyer balks at the price, the Realtors can point out all of the recent repairs and improvements that you’ve made. Basically, you’re ensuring that the buyer is getting a trouble-free home, and that can be a huge incentive to motivate the buyer to meet your asking price or exceed it in a bidding war.
Pre-listing inspections mean that you have an opportunity to fix any potential deal-breaking problems before the buyer ever knows about them. This can smooth the negotiation process as you know that there is nothing waiting to be discovered during the buyer’s inspection.
Is it time to put your home on the market? You can streamline the process and eliminate a lot of stress when you schedule a pre-listing inspection with Pro-Spect.
Our scheduling is flexible, so we can come out to your property Monday to Saturday. Plus, an inspection is probably more affordable than you realize. Considering that it can help you get the full asking price out of your home, it’s worth the expense and effort.
Experience matters when it comes to thorough home inspections. That’s why it just makes sense to contact Pro-Spect. We’re a family-owned, local company serving communities throughout Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. When you’re thinking about putting your home up for sale, give us a call first to make certain that your home is ready for listing.
If you’ll be moving somewhere in the region, be certain to call us again to perform your home inspection before you buy. It’s just one more way that Pro-Spect serves the local community.