What is a LISTING INSPECTION, What do you get, Why should you have one?
It can be called by many names: "Pre-Sale Inspection" , "Pre-Listing Inspection" , "Listing Inspection" or a "Seller's Inspection ", however, it is still a full Home Inspection that is performed for the Seller prior to Listing the home for sale.
Take a look at our SAMPLE HOME INSPECTION REPORT, complete with Full Photo Documentation and see what we can offer you.
What does every Seller want?
- Higher Sales Price!
- Lower Repair Cost!
- Faster Sales!
- Smoother Closings!
What are the advantages and why should the Seller incur the expense?
- Higher Sales Price!, because faulty items have been repaired prior to the sale, often by the Seller, at a lower cost than would be estimated for closing.
- Lower Repair Cost!, because in most real estate transactions, once a property has been listed, the Seller cannot make most major repairs, such as electrical, plumbing and A/C.
- Faster Sales!, because the home will appeal to more Buyers.
- Smoother Closings!, because the Seller has taken care of the ambiguous issues.
Realtors: Allow your Seller to Reap the Maximum Rewards out of the sale of their property by being well informed of what to expect in a Home Inspection.
Sellers: Fix all those little annoying problems and "WOW" the Buyer!
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What Do You Get?
The Pre-Sale Inspection is a thorough, visual examination of a home’s construction, including structural, mechanical, electrical, and operating components. Home inspections are often requested by buyers prior to closing on a mortgage, for the sole purpose of identifying, evaluating, and reporting on both the positive and negative condition of the home’s structure and operating components. With the Presale Inspection, the Seller has minimized the negative aspects and maximized the positive aspects.
Our Pre-Sale Inspections include a multi-part computerized report, including a Full Report, a Summarized version detailing all of the defects found in the inspection and a Conclusion. The Summarized and Full Reports are both Fully Photo Documented, illustrating the major defects listed in the report. Our report gives a thorough account of the interior and exterior condition of the home, covering each component, such as electrical, A/C, plumbing, roof, etc., thoroughly and moving through the house to report on the individual components of each room, our report also gives some helpful home maintenance tips.
Every inspection we perform is conducted in accordance with ASHI (American society of Home Inspectors), NAHI (National Association of Home Inspectors) and FABI (Florida Association of Building Inspectors) Standards of Practice, of which are available upon request or can be viewed online at www.ashi.org, www.nahi.org and www.fabi.org respectively.
In every Presale Inspection we inspect the following: