Most homes sold will have a home inspection completed by the buyer prior to closing. A home is listed, an offer made, a contract written and then, just before closing, the home inspection is completed. This leaves sellers, buyers and agents feverishly trying to fix, replace or get estimates for problems uncovered in the home inspection.

After a pre-listing / pre-sale home inspection, repairs and corrections can be performed before listing so sellers and agents will have fewer issues to negotiate at the 11th hour. Buyers have even waived their own inspection after reviewing the pre-listing inspection.

Saved us money

“Our pre-listing inspection gave us the chance to address issues before potential buyers toured our house. It saved us time and we really feel it saved us money. We fixed things ahead and there really weren’t surprises that needed addressing during the negotiations.”

Getting the house on the market was so smooth

“Jim’s inspection report was a great tool for making a checklist of repairs to make before we listed our house! I didn’t know what a buyer would complain about.”

Can’t say enough about Jim

“He was great to work with and explained things so we could really understand what needed to be done. My wife and I can’t say enough about how easy Jim is to work with and his report laid everything out perfectly for us.”

Jim was wonderful to work with. He did a thorough inspection and really took the time to talk us through his findings, which we especially appreciated as first time home buyers. His report was clear and easy to understand and everything about his process was highly professional. Definitely recommend 5 Star!
- Anonymous

A pre-listing / pre-sale inspection protects all parties involved by providing invaluable information to those involved so that educated decisions can be made. By providing insight into the condition of the home, this kind of inspection can:

  • Facilitate a faster sale for more money
  • Provides an edge over sellers who ignore this beneficial step
  • Provides purchasers the comfort of an unbiased 3rd party opinion
  • Reduce buyer’s remorse
  • Reduce negotiating factors and time
  • Reduce your liability with full disclosure