Pre-Inspection Prior to Listing Your Home - Get Pro-Active!

Prior to listing your home or property sometimes it's best to have a pre-inspection done. This may help to alleviate any concerns and stress you have as well as set you up in a stronger negotiating position when you are negotiating the sale of the property.

The below information is supplied by:
Tom Pape @ True Star Home Inspection Services

Home Inspection for Sellers (Pre-listing)
Selling your Home?
Pre-Listing inspections are becoming one of TrueStar Home Inspections most requested services.
Many people think that they should only have a home inspection conducted when they are purchasing a home, however, as a Seller, having your home inspected prior to putting it on the market is a valuable tool allowing you several advantages.  A pre-listing inspection will allow you to see any existing deficiencies or safety issues present in your home at the time of the inspection which can then be repaired in advance or disclosed to potential buyers. The inspection may reveal underlying problems that you are not aware of so you can price the house to reflect the condition, or you can decide to make improvements for a higher return.  This will allow the potential buyers to better understand the condition of the property and give them the confidence to move forward with an offer to purchase.

Benefits for Home Sellers

Having TrueStar Home Inspections Services conduct your pre-listing inspection offers the Seller the following benefits:

Your home may seller faster.
Buyers have more confidence knowing you are not hiding information.
The inspection prepares you in advance for responding to buyer concerns.
Buyer is less likely to negotiate on the price.

TrueStar Home Inspection Services will offer your buyer a discount for their pre-purchase inspection following acceptance of their offer to purchase, lessening the chance of any surprises. 
 The buyer is also invited to have an Onsite Review at a reduced cost that provides insight for the buyer, provides the buyer with a complete inspection report and creates a contractual relationship with the inspection company. (Buyers should be advised that without the Onsite Review, the inspection company remains responsible only to the seller.

Home Inspection for Buyers (Pre-purchase) Before buying your dream home, get your own unbiased home inspection to help make an informed decision and negotiate the best price. Our goal is to report on the condition of the house, indicating potential repairs and expenses. It will help you prioritize any improvements and reduce the risk of costly surprises in the future. 
Ultimately, we will leave it to you to decide whether or not you buy the house. The home inspection is very important, but it is only one piece of the puzzle and only you know all of the factors at play.

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Have your housing accommodations certified prior to the arrival of your temporary foreign workers to B.C. Following the mandatory criteria we will examine and report on the exterior, interior, heating, lighting, ventilation, accommodations and safety of your property. The report will include an inspection for providing clean and sanitary conditions. Specific concerns should be addressed on site before the inspection.


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