What is a Seller's Inspection?
you are selling your home, every seller wants to receive the highest price in the shortest amount
of time. You'll need to find out about any hidden problems before
your house goes on the market. Sales contracts typically include an
"inspection contingency clause" and over 75% of all homebuyers today
rely directly on the observations within this report before making
there final home purchase decision. Surprise problems uncovered by the
buyer’s inspector will cause delays in your closing, costing you the seller
last minute repair hassles or selling the home for a lower price.
Having a DISCOVERY
Pre-listing Inspection before putting your home on the market will
make the whole sale process easier for everyone involved. Find out
about any hidden problems and get them corrected in advance, on your
own terms and on your own schedule. Or present the items “as is” and
reflect them in the purchase price. You can count on the buyer’s
inspector finding these problems, so why not find them first? That
same buyer may walk away from the deal if any conditions come as a
surprise, even after an offer has already been made. If the home is
inspected before it goes on the market you will be aware of the
condition of the house before an offer is made. There won’t be any
surprises and the transaction is far less likely to fall apart before
closing the deal.
Getting Your Home Ready for Sale
To identify any home components
that are in need of repair, have the home evaluated as soon as
possible after you have
decided to put the home on the market. A
Inspection before putting up
the "For Sale" sign insures that you will know the TRUE condition of
the home. This will give you plenty of time to make any repairs, and
bring the home into tip-top shape. We want you to know, all of our
inspectors have been professionally trained & licensed by TREC, and
must agree to adhere to a
strict Code of Ethics that prohibits them from engaging in any
conflict of interest activities. You can be confident & trust that
your DISCOVERY inspector will never use an inspection to
solicit repair work for himself or any particular contractor.
You Can't Do it By Yourself... We're Here to Help
are that even if you are very familiar with home construction, you
still do not have the knowledge, training and
experience of a
professional Home Inspector. We have inspected hundreds of homes. We
are not only familiar with all the mechanical systems of a home, and
how they work and need maintenance, but we also know what to look
for to tell us there age, or that they are getting ready to fail.
However, beyond the technical expertise and experience a
professional inspector brings, it is important to remember that the
inspector remains an impartial third party. If you are involved in
buying or selling a house, it’s impossible for you to remain
completely unemotional about the house, and this may cloud your
judgment. The Professional DISCOVERY Inspector will provide with an
objective outside reporting of the facts giving you peace of mind
about the transaction.
BE SURE, SELL WITH CONFIDENCE - Call
DISCOVERY Real Estate Inspections.