Getting a home ready to put on the market can often take a lot of time and energy. This is because a seller will usually want their home to have as much curb appeal as possible to make it attractive to a buyer. If this is your situation you will, no doubt, be spending money on needed repairs, perhaps some painting and decorating. You may also work to spruce up the yard. All these things will help when it comes to selling your home but, can you imagine doing all that work only to discover that the home buyer’s inspection finds problems that you weren’t aware of? That would certainly be disappointing not to mention possibly jeopardizing the sale of the home. So, what can you do?

This is where a pre-listing inspection can prove to be very valuable. A pre-listing inspection is a thorough inspection of your property that can be done before you put it on the market. This enables the seller to find out about any problems with the home before a potential buyer does. Another advantage to having a pre-listing inspection is that it will appeal to potential buyers to know this has been done, putting you ahead of the competition.

One of the keys to a successful pre-listing inspection is to make sure your home inspector is InterNACHI certified. This serves as a guarantee that the home inspection will be performed thoroughly, and the inspection report will be an honest one. Yes, a pre-listing home inspection will give you the confidence that no problems will be found with your property that will affect its sale.

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