When it comes to Home Inspections, many associate this service with being exclusively requested by home buyers as opposed to sellers. While Home Inspections are beneficial for home buyers, a growing trend in the real estate industry has emerged: Sellers Inspections. Sellers Inspections, often called Pre-Listing Inspections, deliver a great deal of value for home sellers and their respective real estate agents. They also present a lot of value for home buyers and their agents – making this a service worth investing, should you be considering putting your home on the market.
Many already recognize the value of Sellers Inspections. One Maple Grove realtor explains, “…I use Right Home Inspections for all my pre-listing Home Inspections because of the value it adds to my sellers, especially in competitive bidding scenarios. Complete advanced knowledge of my listings allows me or my clients to remedy any concerns, or allows me to more effectively manage my sellers expectations during the process.”.
With a Buyer's Inspection, potential purchasers are able to investigate the state of the home after they've made an offer, which seems a bit backwards. Why buy something you don't know the status of? With a Sellers Inspection, everyone is made aware of the condition of the home right from the start. There are no surprises or last minute renegotiations. The process is more accommodating for buyers, allowing them to feel more comfortable making an offer, which usually results in an increased speed of sale.