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Here’s a hint...

It can save you from losing thousands at the negotiating table, or from having a potential buyer back out at the last second. 

Before you put your house up for sale, get a pre-listing inspection. 


Here are a few of the many benefits:

  1. Your pre-listing inspector is a licensed professional, who knows EXACTLY what a buyer’s inspector will be looking for.

  2. A pre-listing inspection will help find any major defects that could potentially sink the deal.

  3. More importantly, it might also uncover safety hazards that you’re currently living with, and were totally unaware of.

  4. The report can be used as a guide to make repairs.

  5. You’ll have more time to get estimates and compare contractors.

  6. You’ll experience less stress and anxiety when the buyer’s inspector comes to visit.

  7. After the repairs are made, you’ll have a home that is sure to impress any inspector. 

  8. If you impress the inspector, you impress the buyer!


If a potential buyer is already in love with your house, and you impress their inspector, your house is as good as sold.  The benefits of a getting a pre-listing inspection are undeniable, and it should be the first thing you do before listing your home for sale.