BE AN INFORMED SELLER!
A home inspection is a prudent first step in the process of selling your home. You, as the seller, must present the most salable property possible. A home inspection report will reveal the current condition of your house with specific evaluations of more than 400 items, and guide you toward enhancing the value and marketability of your property. Not only does the pre-sale inspection enable you to attend to problems before the house is put on the market, but it also removes any questions for you and homebuyers about the condition of your home. Buyers are positively influenced by a professionally produced home inspection report, which improves the speed, price, and likelihood of a sale.
An AllCheck Inspection may identify problems that could deter buyers, which could be repaired prior to their involvement using your choice of repairman. It also points out positive features to help you close the sale. When a buyer has your home inspected and identifies problems of which you are unaware, they have the advantage. Our presale inspection helps you avoid costly last minute repairs, eliminates hassles that could delay closing, and gives you more control over the selling process. Some home sellers elect not to correct every defect reflected in the inspection report. Instead, they acknowledge the defects to buyers and explain that the asking price has been adjusted to reflect the estimated cost of repairs. Such candor tends to shorten negotiation time because buyers have fewer objections that could thwart a sale. In addition to facilitating the sale of a home, an inspection helps the homeowner comply with full-disclosure real estate laws that have been enacted. By focusing on the condition of your property, you are less likely to overlook a defect of material fact for which you later could be held liable. In recent years, homebuyers have been more inclined to file lawsuits against sellers involving allegations of misrepresentation, negligence, and fraud. Some judgments against sellers have been severe, even when the omission of facts was unintentional.