Who Else Wants To Sell Their Existing Home For More Money, In Less Time,

With Less Hassle…

Making the decision to sell Your home is a huge step for most homeowners. But once the decision is made to sell, then making your home Marketable should be your number one goal!

We understand the emotional attachment you have to your home but you must be realistic about the home as well. No home is perfect and as soon as you realize this the sooner you will be on your way to making your home more marketable. And remember, making your home the most marketable it can be should be your number one goal!

Potential home buyers want to purchase a home that is in tip-top shape, no matter the age of the home. That's why having a Pre-Listing Inspection make complete sense. Also:

a) Having a home inspection before you put your house on the market will allow you to understand any current or potential problem areas with the home that can be resolved before the buyers arrive. Therefore, your home will be in better condition for viewing, making it more marketable and this will help you attain the maximum selling price for the home.

**Most real estate transactions that fall apart are due to issues that are discovered during the buyers inspection.**

b) Resolving problems prior to the buyer's inspection will save you money in two other ways as well. First, when you know what needs to be repaired in advance of the sale you can obtain multiple bids for the work that needs to be done and select the best contractor at the best price. Secondly, the work can be done by the contractor in a time frame that fits his schedule as well thereby avoiding the "Rush Charges" to get the work completed.

**On average, contractors will charge up to 25% more for a rush job than for a job that is scheduled in there time frame.**

c) Finally, there is one secret all Sellers need to know. Buyers make their decision to purchase a home based on emotion and justify that decision with logic. And another thing is equally true: Buyer's can fall out of love with a home just as quickly as the fell in love it. So why let the Buyer's Inspector develop a long list of items needing repair thereby jeopardizing your sale? Making the repairs in advance of the sale will save you unneeded frustration and disappointment!

**A home that has been inspected prior to the sale will help make the buyers more comfortable thus adding security for the buyer upfront. A secure buyer is a happy buyer.**

So let's review the facts: Having your home inspected before the first buyer shows up will help you to sell the home for more money, reduce the cost of the needed repairs, and minimize your frustration with the entire sales process. Where's the down side to getting a Pre-Listing Inspection?