Two Benefits of a Pre-Sale Home Inspection

06 Jan

HomeInspection

Your home probably has dozens of great features that are going to help it stand out and sell faster. Perhaps it has a cozy sunken living room  or an equipped and smartly decorated kitchen that Rachel Ray would envy. Maybe its the location in a desirable neighbourhood or a wired detached garage.

All these things will help.

But there’s another selling feature you should consider adding: a pre-sale home inspection.

A professional home inspection is usually done on behalf of the buyer before the deal to purchase a property is finalized. In fact, you can expect almost all offers to purchase your home to be “conditional upon satisfactory home inspection.” However, there are two good reasons why you, as the seller, should get the home inspection done:

Reason #1

A professional inspection can identify problems that might otherwise thwart the sale.

Say, for example, you get a great offer but the buyer’s home inspector discovers a minor crack in the foundation. That might be enough to jeopardize the deal. However, if you had a professional inspection done, you would have had the opportunity to get that problem fixed in advance of the offer.

Reason #2

Informing potential buyers that a professional inspection has been done is a great selling feature. It demonstrates to buyers that there are no hidden problems with the property, which gives them more confidence to make an offer.

Pre-Sale Home Inspections are becoming more and more popular throughout the St. John’s real estate market.  It’s becoming an enticing feature for many first time home buyers.

There are a lot of Home Inspectors throughout the St. John’s area.  Contact us today and we can give you a list of names.

Need more ideas for selling your home faster and for a better price? Contact us!

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