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Seller Inspection


Homeowners and agents can save valuable time and money with the help of a Safe House pre-listing inspection. Pre-listing inspections have many benefits and make the real estate transaction more straightforward. In the normal real estate transaction the home inspection is done after the offer has been accepted, in the last 10 yards of the transaction process. When the home-owner elects to have a pre-listing inspection done, they immediately have the power throughout the transaction. They know exactly what is going to pop up in the buyers home inspection report and allows them to have a plan in place to counter the deficiencies found in the buyers report. 

Secondly, a pre-listing inspection will identify the defects in the home and allow the homeowners to save money by either electing to do repairs themselves, or shopping around for the repairs. More often than not, a potential buyer is going to require a licensed contractor to do any and all repairs on the home. By getting a pre-listing inspection done this expense becomes avoidable. 

Furthermore, a pre-listing inspection allows the agent to accurately list the home at a fair market value because they have as much information as possible regarding the health and condition of the home. Additionally, Safe House will place a sign in the property's yard allowing potential buyers to buy the report.

  • Proven to sell homes faster and for more money

  • Highlight positive aspects of a home for added selling points

  • Stand out among other properties due to professional reports

  • Help to accurately price your home, reducing time on the market

  • Prevent unexpected issues from delaying or derailing a sale

  • Provide time to hire contractors for repairs or estimates

  • Encourage buyer to waive inspection contingency

  • Add professional documentation to the disclosure statements

Benefits of a Pre-Listing Inspection

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