Everyone Wins with a Listed Inspection
Everyone wins with a Listing Inspection
Put More Money In Your Pocket
 

Regardless of the marketplace, it’s to a seller’s advantage to perform a professional pre-sale or listing inspection.

A listing inspection will put more money in your pocket, facilitate a smoother transaction put potential buyers at ease, reduce negotiating points, and bypass annoying delays.

Supplemental disclosure provided by a seller’s listing inspection encourages trust between the buyer and the seller, and sets a positive tone for escrow.

In today’s market, if there’s been a listing inspection, repairs made, accurate pricing, and the house staged to show… the odds are the house will sell quicker. Get the jump on your competition with a listing inspection today.” – Pacific Coast Inspections


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• Get the edge on other listings

• Fewer negotiations after the offer

• Positive sales strategy

• Allows seller the option to correct a defect

• Allows seller time to price a defect

• Reduces stress during escrow

• Helps in setting a realistic asking price

• Fewer cancelled escrows

• Helps support the asking price

• Less wasted time and efforts

• Encourages backup and multiple offers

• Defines “as is” for an informed offer

• Provide supplemental disclosure

• Reduces fear of the unknown

• Reduce the sellers liability

• Builds client/agent rapport

• Pre-empt buyers’ objections

• Fewer “Failure to Disclose” claims

• Builds buyers’ confidence

• Eliminates surprises

• Seller keeps more money in pocket

• More satisfied clients = More referrals

 

Remember…
• Listing inspections and pre-sale repairs can speed home sales by as much as 30%.
• Fact: It’s cheaper to fix a deficiency before the sale, than to negotiate the price down.

It’s been suggested that for every $1 of identified repairs, the buyer would be looking for double that in price reduction. For example, paying as much as $5,000 to repair a leaky roof before putting a house on the market is cheaper than having to lower the selling price of your home by $10,000.

Spending $300-$600 for an inspection is worth every cent and can keep thousands in your pocket.

 

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