Don’t get stuck debating whether a pre-listing home inspection is right for you and your clients. In more cases than not, a pre-listing inspection is always beneficial. How can it benefit you or your client?
Set the Right Price
When you put a house on the market, the price is one of the most important aspects. If you set the property value too high, then you may have fewer buyers. If you price the house lower than its realistic cost, you may lose money.
A home inspection provides you with an accurate snapshot of the state the home is in. You can list positive and negative aspects with confidence. If you discover that the home has a great structure with few problems, then you can make a higher sale.