If your home is in top condition and you want to find out about any hidden problems before your house goes on the market, pre-listing helps you get the highest price in the shortest time.
Buyers will assist on a professional home inspection performed by an inspector they will hire. If the buyer’s inspector finds a problem, it can cause the buyer to get stopped or can cause delays in closing. Usually, you as a seller will have to pay for repairs at the last minute or take a lower price on your home. New deals and that second sales agreement are usually even harder to get done than the first one.
That’s why having a pre-listing inspection done can help you identify problems early. You do have a chance to choose to correct them or leave them “as is,” ensuring that the first offer you accept can run faster to closing the deal without delays or costly surprises.