SCHEDULE YOUR INSPECTION
With having your own pre-listing inspection,
you can be aware of issues before a buyer approaches you. Therefore, you can better understand the issues of your property and items that may hold the transaction
from moving forward.
By finding the problems in your home before it is listed, you have the freedom to address the issues that are important and leave others as-is. This assists in the negotiation process when a buyer may request items to be fixed.
You can show the inspection report to potential buyers to give them peace of mind that you did your due diligence with finding and fixing issues in the home. This helps the buyer purchase with more confidence.
A pre-listing home inspection is no different than a buyer’s home inspection when it comes to the inspection itself. The only real differences are, who the inspection is for, and when the inspection is performed. The pre-listing home inspection is performed for the seller of the property and is usually done prior to putting the home on the market.
Driveways, walkways, porches,
and patio conditions.
Grading and foundation conditions.
Walls, doors, exterior cladding, and faucets.
Garage, slab conditions, overhead door, outlets, and windows.
Electrical service, main panels, sub panels, wiring condition, & GFCI outlet conditions.
All cooling systems including A/C, ductwork,
and air handler systems.
Heating systems, distribution systems, thermostat, and air filters.
Main line conditions, supply line conditions, drain, waste, vent stacks, and water heaters.
Roof conditions, flashing conditions,
and attic conditions.
Doors, windows, walls, floors, ceilings, smoke detectors, and laundry conditions.
Appliances, electrical & plumbing fixtures, counters, and cabinets.
Sinks, toilets, bathtubs, showers, and ventilation.