Discovering potential deal-breakers
Finding out the actual condition of your home prior to the buyer’s inspection can be a huge advantage. If you have lived in your home long enough, you more than likely have gotten pretty used to some of its imperfections. While these details may feel like home to you, the buyer might not feel the same way.
A pre-listing home inspection will not only point out possibly overlooked flaws with your home, but also identify potentially unknown issues. In the case of potential deal-breaking issues, a pre-listing inspection gives you the opportunity to proactively perform repairs prior to listing.