- An inspector can alert you to red flag safety issues.
- Shield you from costly discoveries after you buy the home and protect your financial interests.
- Give you buyer’s confidence.
- Get a full scope of the maintenance and type of repairs that may be necessary.
- An inspection report can help your insurance agent facilitate the proper coverage.
- A pre-inspected home is a great marketing tool.
- Offer full disclosure to potential buyers so all parties can proceed in the home purchase process with confidence.
- By having an inspection done and disclosing needed repairs, you control repair negotiations and could save thousands of dollars.
- Avoid disappointment from the unknown with last minute emergency repairs and closing delays.
- Lends to the credibility of the Realtor who is willing to put forth the interests of both the buyer and seller.
- Prior acknowledgment of any issues or defects the home may have will leave buyers with fewer objections, resulting in less negotiation.
- Buyers may be positively influenced by a professional home inspection report, improving the speed, price, and likelihood of a sale.
- Justify the listing price by documenting the home’s condition.