Pre-listing Inspection:

This type of inspection is usually performed by the seller before a property is listed or ready to sell.

Inspecting your property by a qualified home inspector prior to listing it is highly recommended.

To get the highest price in the shortest time, if your home is in top condition. You will save time and money by knowing in advance what your problem areas are and if you want to find out about any hidden problems before your house goes on the market. It’s better to know beforehand and not after you have already negotiated a price and then have to face with dealing the impact on the deal if costly repairs are discovered during an inspection by the buyer.

It is recommended to provide the potential home buyer and real estate agents a copy of the home inspection report along with receipts for any repairs you’ve made.