SELLING A HOME
Why do a HouseCheck Inspection when Selling a Home?
Pre-Listing Inspections: The sensible option for Sellers
If you are thinking of selling a home, you should seriously consider arranging a pre-listing inspection by HouseCheck prior to listing your home. The new Consumer Protection Act poses a threat to sellers and agents if full and accurate disclosure of the condition of the property to not made to the buyer upfront.
A pre-listing inspection, sets the stage for a professional sales process and provides you with an opportunity to receive an unbiased, objective evaluation of the current condition of your home by a third party. Like any home seller, you want to get the most for your home in the shortest time. Don’t let repairs become a negotiating tool for your home buyers.
The HouseCheck pre-listing inspection provides you the Seller with powerful benefits:
- Speeds up the sale by dealing with home buyers fears up-front
- Give you time before going to market, to decide on the basis of the HouseCheck report whether to correct problems, or to simply disclose the defects and adjust the sales price to reflect the estimated cost of the necessary repairs.
- Increase awareness and promotes a sense of trust with your buyers.
- Assists your estate agent to advise you on a the fair listing price based on the true physical condition of the home… resulting in a quicker sale.