For Sellers, pre-listing inspections are conducted on behalf of a home seller in order to identify defects and safety concerns. It's important for the seller to be aware of any issues the home may have prior to putting it on the market. Getting a pre-listing home inspection will ensure that you’re aware of existing problems that will be revealed during a buyer's inspection; so any concerns can be addressed. The alternative leaves you open to costly surprises, delays, and even potential contract termination once you’ve entered into a binding contract with the buyer.
Click on the Pre-Sale Checklist from the General Information section above and get your home ready for the Inspector’s visit.