Debra and her husband have had their house on the market for more than six months. Their beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath chalet sits on top of a mountain near Lake Lure, NC, but it seems to be invisible to potential buyers. They have only had a couple of calls and just one showing. Debra was discouraged and asked me if I had any ideas on how to get their home noticed. I asked, "Have you had a Seller's Inspection?"
A Seller's Inspection (also known as a Pre-Listing or Listing Inspection) is the critical first step in the home selling process. Altamont Inspections, LLC's Seller's Inspection reveals the current condition of the home and allows the seller time to make repairs before the home is shown to potential buyers. A Seller's Inspection Report can help sellers increase the value of their home, improve the likelihood of a sale and eliminate buyer renegotiations.
Altamont Inspections, LLC's Seller's Inspection Reports can be "Hot Linked" to their real estate agent's online property listing, showing potential buyers the seller is confident in the home's condition and improving the home's marketability. The report is written in HTML and can be viewed over the Internet instantly.
Debra and her husband wasted no time and decided to have a Seller's Inspection. The report was "Hot Linked" to their agent's listing two weeks ago and the home has been shown several times since. Debra says she wished her agent had told her about the benefits of a Seller's Inspection months ago.
Want more information about how our Seller's Inspection Package can help you sell homes? Log onto www.AltamontInspections.com and click on the For Real Estate Agents page.
written by Angela Roberts, Altamont Inspections, LLC of Western NC - Inspecting Your Investment