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Our inspectors are trained and certified to identify present deficiencies and look for indications of prior repairs. A pre-sale inspection will ensure potential buyers that you are concerned about their interest in the transaction and give them more confidence to complete the purchase.
A seller's inspection is the equivalent of a buyer's inspection, but of course, the client is the person selling the home, not the person buying it. Therefore, sellers may choose to make the inspection report available for potential buyers to see, or they may keep it private. In either case, this is a fantastic way for sellers to learn what will be found at their home and give them a chance to repair any problems.
Suppose the seller chooses to make the inspection report a public document. In that case, this can make the home a more attractive property for potential buyers by giving them better peace of mind about a property before even writing an offer on it. Besides added peace of mind for buyers, having a seller's inspection will make the negotiation process much easier for all parties involved.
Seller inspections are popular because they eliminate many pitfalls and hassles before selling a home. Waiting to schedule the inspection until after a home goes under agreement is too late. Seller inspections are arranged and paid for by the seller, usually just before the house goes on the market. The seller is the inspector's client. The inspector works for the seller and creates a report for the seller. The seller can then make multiple copies of the report and share them with potential buyers who tour the home for sale. Seller inspections are an advantage to everyone involved in the transaction. It's a win-win-win-win situation.
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