There are different types of inspections depending on your needs at the time.
- Buyer’s inspection
- Pre-listing inspection
- Warranty inspections
- Insurance inspections
We are here to help you where you are at. A pre-listing inspection is just a home inspection performed before you list your home.
Should I get a pre-listing inspection?
Thinking of selling your home and want to do a little work on it before putting it on the market? Where should you start? We can help you with that! Most home inspectors can and will perform a pre-listing inspection. It goes over all the same stuff as the buyers inspection with just a few differences. You get to see the report and are able to fix the things you feel are important. In some cases the buyer will still get their own inspection. However, you usually won’t get to see that report.
Should I hire a listing agent to sell my home?
Yes, your realtor has a keen insight into what would help sell your home the fastest and knows exactly where to list your home to get the best exposure. They also help you with any questions you may have. Also, in the negotiation phase they are invaluable!
How much does a Pre-listing inspection cost?
The cost of your inspection will depend on the age and size of the home. Some other things to consider is if you choose to add on other inspection types. Such as irrigation system inspection, pool/spa, sewer scope, etc. You can check out our website for more information on inspection types and what they include. Prices can range from $360-$600+ just depending on many different factors. Most home inspection companies are happy to give you a free quote over the phone. Don’t hesitate if you have questions to call and get a quote to get you started!
Will it help my home sell faster?
It may be able to help your home sell faster. However, make sure to lean on your real estate professional’s experience and expertise on the current market and ask for their advice.
Can I get a pre-listing inspection even if I’m not selling my home?
Yes, if you want to get an inspection on your home for maintenance purposes or peace of mind, home inspectors are happy to help. Helping you keep your home safe and efficient is our priority. Some even get a home inspection on their 1 year old home to give to their home warranty company.
- Hire a realtor (ask for their expert advice) when selling is recommended.
- You get to read the whole report.
- It may speed up the selling process.
- A home inspection is to inform you of the condition the major systems are in.