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The buyer will most likely have an inspection that will uncover many of these problems. We give a very detailed inspection to uncover problems that could raise a red flag to a perspective buyer.

Be Proactive

Although it is common practice for homebuyers to get an inspection of the home that they are planning to purchase, there are also many advantages for the home Sellers to have their home inspected before putting it on the market. This is especially true in this current “challenging” market for home sellers. Particularly at this time, anything that a home seller can do to set themselves apart from other sellers is important and can reap real benefits. It can pay off in having your home on the market for less time, as well as getting the price that you want.

The biggest mistake that most Home Sellers make is waiting for the Buyer’s Home Inspection to assess the condition of their home. One of the main reasons that home purchase transactions fall apart is due to defects and/or issues that are discovered during the course of the buyer’s home inspection. Why wait until the last minute to see what issues may come up in a buyer’s inspection that may become stumbling blocks just before going to settlement. Why not become proactive, and allow Reassurance Home Inspection to assist you in discovering and understanding the true condition of your home in advance, and thus help you turn your home into a buyer-friendly home.

Pre-Listing/Pre-Selling Home Inspections

Eventually your buyer is going to conduct an inspection of your home. You may as well know what they are going to find first, by conducting your own pre-listing/pre-selling inspection. Conducting your own pre-listing inspection ahead of time helps in many ways:

All in all, it should make it easier and quicker to sell your home, and perhaps even get a better price for it. This certainly should make you happy! The buyer should be happy, as well, if the purchase can proceed to close without a lot of complications. It’s a win-win situation for everyone concerned.

Reassurance Home Inspections highly recommends that all home sellers get pre-selling inspections. Call today, at (612) 701-9672 to schedule your inspection.

Sellers 1 There are a possible 400+ items that get evaluated on every inspection "Home Seller's Guide to Radon"
If you need any type of real estate inspection, have any questions about home inspections, want to know what the procedure is, or discuss exactly what is inspected, please give us a call. We will try to answer any questions you may have. We perform home inspections on all types of homes including single-family homes, duplexes, townhomes, condominiums, and foreclosure properties (bank owned, REO, or short sale).
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We strive to give you more information than any other home inspection company.
More than just a handwritten or printed report, get an education about your future home! Protect Yourself. Protect Your Investment.

When you make a written offer on a home, you should insist that the contract state that the offer is contingent on a home inspection conducted by a qualified inspector. You will have to pay for the inspection yourself, but it could keep you from buying a house that will cost you far more in repairs down the road. If you are satisfied with the results of the inspection, then your offer can proceed.

Choosing a competent home inspector to provide the complete and correct information when deciding on what may be the largest investment of your life to this point, is the task before you now. As Vice President of one of this states premier home inspection organizations NAHIMN, and a member of NAHI’s educational committee, using my vast experience and extreme knowledge of home systems, I promise you the highest quality inspection, an educational room-by-room walkthrough so you fully understand the condition of every aspect of the home, a detailed report full of information not offered by other inspectors, an extremely helpful website, and long term support in case you have questions after you take possession of the home.