If you're thinking of putting your home on the market, avoid all the hassles that the uncertainty of your home's condition could potentially cause by getting a pre-listing home inspection.
A pre-listing home inspection is performed prior to the home being listed for sale. This type of home inspection benefits all parties involved – sellers and buyers.
By doing the inspection prior to listing, the seller is made aware of the home's condition and can either price it accordingly or make the necessary repairs in order to make the home more appealing to potential buyers.
For buyers, it takes all the guess work out of the home's condition and can tell you upfront what repairs may be needed and back up the seller's asking price.
For both parties, a pre-listing inspection helps to streamline the process by offering a more clear-cut understanding of the home.
More information on how a pre-listing inspection help sell your home can be found online at amerispec.ca where you can also find an office near you.