Sellers benefit from home inspections as well. We call these pre-listing inspections. This inspection could avoid unnecessary problems down the road and could potentially sell your home quicker and for more money. A pre-listing inspection is performed prior to putting your house on the market. If an inspection reveals faults in your home, it gives you the opportunity to correct them. Having a buyer do the home inspection after having agreed to price and terms can sometimes lead to a deal falling apart or a buyer trying to re-negotiate what you had originally agreed upon.
An inspector will provide a typical inspection and create a report. This report can be made available for the buyers and their realtors to see prior to putting forth an offer. This is beneficial for the buyer because they know about the condition of the home before making a decision about purchasing. Having a pre-listing inspection done is a benefit for both parties.
When listing your home with me, I will reimburse you the cost of your pre-listing inspection on the successful completion of your home sale.