Ready to List Your Home?
Selling your home can be a stressful process, especially with the inspection contingency. An inspection contingency is a time period, where the buyer can perform an inspection and ask the seller to “fix” things if they find issues wrong with the house. Once a home is “Pending” it is usually no longer available for other buyers. So, you want to make sure that you work with the right agent and the right home inspector to make sure that your house is not “tied” up for a long time period with a buyer that wants unnecessary repairs and improvements from an unknown inspector.
Here are a few advantages of having a Pre-List Inspection:
- Quicker Closing.
- Less “Surprises” During Escrow.
- Fix Easy Maintenance Issues Prior to Listing.
- Provide Reports to Buyers to Ease Their Mind.
- Less Stress and Peace of Mind During the Home Selling Process.