Property Inspection PRIOR to listing!

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Title Insurance ePro, MBA

Save time and money by getting a property inspection prior to listing the home!

Home Inspection

Real Estate Agents help the listing with staging making everything look great.

The offer comes in and then the BUYER orders a property inspection and UNCOVER items that should have been addressed PRIOR to listing the home.

The SELLER should get their own property inspection to make sure all major items are taken care of and they will then know the little things that they have to address.  Whether fix them or disclose them for the buyer to fix -- you know what is up with an independent opinion on the status of the home.

Don't let a major thing or even little things hinder the sale of the home AFTER an listing and AFTER the offer comes in.

Real Estate Professionals should recommend to the seller to have this done to avoid any problems or slowing down the process in selling the home -- 

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Make it a profitable day!

Scott Hoen

SHoen@FirstAM.com

Direct:  (714) 250-5014

Cell:  (714) 270-9607

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Comments (2)

Joan Cox
House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373 - Denver, CO
Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time

Scott, in Denver this is not a common practice.   If a buyer writes an offer AS IS, and chooses not to do an inspection, you won't need this.  Once you know the issues, they must be disclosed.

Sep 12, 2019 03:22 AM
Scott Hoen
Carson City, NV
VP, Nevada State Manager, 714-270-9607

I had a friend that had lost a deal when the inspection revealed a water issue that the owner didn’t even know about. They fixed the situation and then found another buyer that went through. The inspection would have saved the first deal as they would have had that fixed prior to the buyer inspection.

Sep 13, 2019 01:53 AM