Why Should a Seller Have a
One of the most compelling
reasons is the comfort factor that it gives potential buyers.
Give The Potential Buyer
Peace Of Mind.
Eliminate the need for buyers
to concern themselves with the condition of the property. This gives them a
much more relaxed view on the aspects of living there. It allows them to
concentrate on seeing themselves as the owners, without clouding their thoughts
with worries of whether the home is a good investment.
Trust Plays a Large Part in Any Home
Every legitimate effort you
make to build trust with a potential buyer will bring them that much closer to
making the decision to buy your home. It's very important to create
"curb appeal" when placing your home on the market. But once
they begin to decide whether your home is the one they want, you want them
to be confident and comfortable with the condition of your home. Many things
play into that decision. And trust about you and the home's
condition is a key factor. A Pre-Listing Inspection lets them
know your home is in good shape. They will feel good about you and your
home. That can make all the difference.
A Pre-Listing Inspection
Strengthens Your Position as a Seller.
- By having an inspection before selling, you're prepared
for items that may show up during the buyer's inspection. You
can prevent extended negotiations if the repairs are made ahead of
time. Fewer contingencies in the sales contract will undoubtedly
make the closing much smoother.
- You will be able to negotiate from a much stronger
position if you have an inspection report to compare against your buyer's
report. In many cases, if your report is provided by a certified
inspector, the buyer will not need to retain their own inspector.
And if I inspect your home, I will be available to answer questions the
prospective buyer may have.
- It gives you ample time to get estimates for any
repairs that may need to be made. You have more time to get quotes on
- If repairs are needed, you choose who does the work.
- In the State of Georgia, sellers are
responsible for providing a disclosure statement. This lists all known
problems with your property. Your Pre-Listing
Inspection supports your disclosure claims.
Pre-Listing Inspections Deserve Serious