If you are going to sell your house it will almost certainly get inspected. Get the upper hand by having it done early. The sooner you know what you are dealing with the easier it is to resolve.
Sellers can greatly benefit from having a home inspection prior to listing their home for sale. A pre-listing inspection will significantly reduce your risk by eliminating last minute repairs that can slow down the selling process. In addition, the resulting report may show you ways to increase your property’s value or greatly improve its marketability.
What to Expect at the Inspection.
How to use your Pre-Listing Home Inspection Report
Once you have a pre-listing inspection report in your hands, you can:
If you are planning to put your house on the market, it’s to your advantage to know the condition of your home. There is no such thing as a perfect house. If you don’t find out the results of your own inspection, the buyers will certainly let you know about theirs. This could cost you the sale or severely limit your options to repair. Contact Spotlight Home Inspection or Order an Inspection today, and get a head start on your buyers.