Home Seller Inspections

Buyers have a lot of homes to choose from than ever before.  To catch the buyers attention, you need something to catch their eye  such as“This home is inspected…no surprises!” Eliminate  natural fears of the buyer by letting them know that this home in generally good shape or better.   You need an eye popper link at your web listing that says “Click here to see the home inspection” . Just because you may think your home is in good shape does not separate it from the 100’s of others that you may be competing with for the buyers attention.

Sellers need to take back the leverage regarding a home inspection and do it now before the buyer comes along!
When a buyer brings the home inspector they are looking to cut those negotiated prices again.

 

 

 

If significant problems are found the buyer may:

  • want to terminate the contract.
  • or ask for inflated amounts to have the problem fixed.
  • or be so alarmed by the defect found, will terminate the contract without giving you the chance to fix it.

Either way your house is back on the market and the problem is still there for the next buyer to find. Or, your dream home you wanted that was contingent on your home selling is lost.

Timing of the home inspection.
Sellers are now having a home inspection at the time of their listing so they can repair or determine the condition of their home and to use it as a sales tool.  A Seller’s inspection virtually eliminates any problems and lost deals inspections cause when the Buyer brings their inspector.  Giving leverage back to the Seller.

  1. No more re-negotiations.
  2. No more alarmed buyers when a problem is found.
  3. The Seller does not have to deal with inflated repair estimates that costs him or her money.
  4. Above all, a Seller’s Inspection is the ultimate gesture of full disclosure and will help protect the Seller.

How easy is selling a house with a Seller’s Inspection?
If a seller’s inspection is performed and significant damage or defects are found. there will be disappointment, but no hysteria or regret. No deal about to go sour. The agent will discuss the problems with the Seller and will determine if this listing is “AS IS” with full disclosure, or if any repairs need correcting to expedite the sale. The Seller then corrects any problem areas, and calls for a re-inspection of the home. The home inspector returns a clean report. Next, a Buyer enters a contract agreement with the Seller. The Buyer will choose to trust the home inspection or will have another. No major problems should be found by the second inspection. The deal coasts downhill to closing. Everyone is happy.

Put an eye popping link on your web listing and attract attention to your home!
With All In One Inspection Services, your inspection report can be displayed over the Internet! We will provide you with a link address that you can give your Real Estate Agent or use it at another listing service. When prospective buyers see your listing on the web, they can view your report instantly. You can also have the home inspector return to approve of any repairs you made. The items will be cleaned up or removed from the report and a revised report will be placed with your listing.