Everything included in a Buyer’s Home Inspection
Sell faster, more easily and often for more money with a Pre-Listing Inspection.
Get Ahead of the Curve to Minimize Surprises – Find out what condition your home is in before listing it. With your own inspector, you can be aware of issues before a buyer approaches you. As a result, you can better understand items that may hold the transaction from moving forward. More than likely major issues are going to come up eventually anyway, so it’s in the seller’s best interest to find out about them and decide in advance how to address them.
You’re In The Driver’s Seat – Manage the inspection process rather than be at the mercy of the buyer’s choice of inspector. You decide whether to make recommended repairs or provide estimates on important issues or leave others as-is. This assists in the negotiation process when a buyer may request items to be fixed.
Unbiased Opinion – See the home through the eyes of an unbiased, objective third-party. Sellers naturally have an emotional connection to their home. Quirks about how something works often become second nature and we don’t notice them after a while.
Easier to Price – Pricing the home accurately is easier when you have condition information to support your price.
Marketing – Buyers view a pre-listing inspection from a reputable company as peace of mind that the seller is making a genuine effort to disclose the home’s condition.
PLUS you’ll save $100 on the buyer’s inspection of your next home with Heartland!