SEEM TO SELL YOUR HOME?
LOSE A SALE TO AN INSPECTION?
Certified Pre-Purchase Home Inspections
postpone the inevitable?
In today's market
you need an edge when it comes to selling your home.
Pre-Purchase Home Inspection?
A Certified Pre-Purchase Home Inspection is an inspection
designed to help sell the house by elimination any surprises that usually arise
from a buyer's inspection. The seller has an advantage with a
Pre-Purchase inspection because the inspector is working on the seller's
behalf not the buyers. The inspection report then becomes an asset rather than a
hindrance. (About 50% of the sales fall through because of the buyer's
inspection.) This inspection will give the seller a list of things that
should be repaired to help it sell. Now that the seller knows ahead of time what
the issues are, the seller can save money by get the best estimates of companies
for the repairs. When the repairs are completed, the seller can list their home
for more money. In addition, the home usually sells 30 days faster and with a
lot less hassle.
Peace of Mind
The Certified Pre-Purchase inspection is a great asset to the
seller and the buyer. The inspection report gives full disclosure about the
property. The buyer feels that the seller is not trying to hide or withhold
anything from the buyer. This builds a confidence in the buyer, which greatly
helps the transaction go much smoother. In most cases the buyer doesn't
request another inspection even though they still have the right to one.
does HomeFront Inspection provide for the seller?
Once the seller agrees to have their home inspected and the
seller makes the necessary corrections to sell the house, HomeFront Inspection
will place a yard sign next to the listing realtors sign stating that this house
is Certified Pre-Purchased Inspected.
The word Certified means that the seller states there
are no known major problems with this house that will cost the buyer extra money
unless stated otherwise by the seller. (If they chose not to repair some of the
Copies of the report will be left with the seller to hand out
to the potential buyers. By going to HomeFront Inspection's website, the
report may also be view online. There it can be saved, forwarded and printed.
If the buyer has any questions about the report they can call us.
The seller also gets another source of marketing. The online
report can also be linked with the MLS for convenience.
The Phone NOW and Call
If you are thinking of selling your home or are in the process
of selling your home, you need a Pre-Purchase Home Inspection.
If you are a Realtor and have listings that have been on the
market longer than normal, speed up the process with a Certified Pre-Purchase
What do you have to loose?
HomeFront Inspection Today!
|Defects are detected near the end of the sale after
valuable time is invested
||Defects are detected early.
|Contract enters renegotiations - More delays
||Full disclosure becomes a selling point. Report can be
posted on the web linked to MLS #.
||Seller can correct problems or adjust price accordingly
|Buyer reveals high price to reduce the asking price, then
hires the lowest bidder
||Be an informed seller. Seller has time to shop for best
prices for repairs - Saving money.
|If agreement can't be made the seller walks and the
||Can be re-inspected after repairs are made or show
receipt of repairs.
||Decreased the time the house is on the market.
It just makes sense.