Seattle Prelisting Home Inspections are necessary before listing your property on the market.
It’s not a good idea to wait for home buyers to find all the hidden problem themselves. The last several years, we have been in a purchaser’s market, meaning that the supply of homes for sale has been up, while the number of buyers has been down. It gives the advantage to the customer, giving them a smorgasbord of options to choose from and leaving you to compete with all the other homes on the market for the attention of fewer home buyers.
Seeking a Seattle Pre-listing Home Inspection from Mountains to Sound Home Inspection is the best thing to do. Having the property inspected before putting it on the market increases the chance of getting it sold quickly at your desired price.
Benefits of a Seattle Prelisting Home Inspection
1. Getting your home sold quickly
2. Getting the price that you wanted or according to market value
3. A buyer will be more convinced that your property doesn’t have any problem since it’s undergone a home seller inspection or pre-listing home inspection. Our home inspectors in Seattle are nothing but the best. They are qualified and trained to perform the service that each client is seeking. They’re not only giving outstanding service but a real value for money.
“Always a pleasure working with you! My clients always feel like their questions are answered and are never left guessing. Your inspections are easy to navigate and photos are great! Very informative and always ready to answer client questions whether they are big or small. Thank you!” – Review of Mountains to Sound Home Inspection By Kristi Tivnan
How Do You Get A Sharp Edge Over The Competition?
The answer is simple, get a Seattle Prelisting Home Inspection! Here’s why, and the answer is three fold.
Point Out Big Concerns. The home inspector will point out any major concerns that need to address before the house goes on the market. Issues like needing a new roof could turn into a selling point once replaced. Many home buyers might be scared away from buying your house if they see in their inspection report, “Needs a new roof” and will look elsewhere.
Point Out Small Concerns. Not only will the inspector point out the big stuff, but they also point out the little things. These are an easy and inexpensive thing like caulking along the kitchen counter or trimming bushes back from the house. Your potential buyer will see a clean bill of health in their inspection report and will feel confident that the home has been well maintained and requires little work.
Save You Money! One of the main reasons home buyers get a home inspection before their purchase in the first place is to use the report as a negotiating tool. We frequently overhear conversations between buyers and their agents about how much they can get. They negotiate the price based on some of the things found during the inspection. By having your inspection and taking care of these issues ahead of time, you can potentially save a lot of headaches and put dollars back in your pocket!