If you are selling a home in Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, or surrounding cities, you should consider getting a pre-listing inspection. As experienced home inspection professionals, we understand how valuable a pre-listing inspection can be for home sellers. Not only can you find problems before putting your home on the market, the pre-listing inspection can serve as a marketing tool that can help sell the home for a good price. To learn more about the value of a pre-listing inspection or to schedule an appointment, you can reach us in Fort Worth at 817-602-6246 and in Dallas at 972-359-8310.
How Pre-Listing Inspection Helps
Home sellers can benefit from a pre-listing inspection in several ways. If you have your home inspected before you put it on the market, you can repair any problems and provide the inspection report to potential buyers. This establishes good faith between the home sellers and home buyers. They have a better idea of the home’s condition and usually eliminates problems that buyers might otherwise present for renegotiation.
With a pre-listing inspection, home sellers can set the price of the house based on repairs needed, if any. You also get a chance to reflect repairs made in the price. All of these preparations help ensure you get a fair price for your home and lessens the chance of re-negotiations.
The inspection report can serve as a marketing tool when the house is being shown on the market. It can be presented to any potential buyers and their agents for review, and both will know a reputable professional has performed an inspection. If you are ready to take advantage of all the opportunities a pre-listing inspection provides, schedule an appointment by calling us in Fort Worth at 817-602-6246 or Dallas at 972-359-8310.
Our Inspection Process
When home sellers choose a pre-listing inspection with INTELLISPECT PROPERTY INSPECTION GROUP, they can trust they will receive a detailed thorough inspection. As with all of our residential inspections, not only do we draft a narrative report that the seller or real estate agent reviews for approval, we provide photos that document any problem areas as well. We also use thermal imaging cameras as a source in our inspections to get the clearest picture of any issues that may be revealed.
We provide our clients with copies of draft summaries, and they can choose to make repairs and attach receipts to those summaries. We will also reinspect the home once repairs are made and revise our summary accordingly before issuing approved copies that can be reviewed by potential buyers, placed in ads or on websites for review.