© 2023 by THE BUILDER. Proudly created with Wix.com 

  • w-facebook
  • Twitter Clean
  • w-googleplus

Sellers

There's no substitute for peace of mind. Buying a home is one of the biggest investments people will ever make. As a seller, you can make prospective homebuyers feel more confident about their home purchase decision by having your home pre-inspected. By having a pre-inspection before you sell the home, you can plan ahead for any repairs or negotiate the selling price. This will make the buyer more confident in the purchase and reduce closing times.

A thorough home pre-inspection:

  • Offers you and your buyers the complete peace of mind that comes from knowing the true condition of your house.

  • Lets you repair items that could pose a problem, or adjust your asking price when negotiating the sale.

  • Instills a level of trust and integrity with the buyer that you have their best interests in mind.

  • Reduces the chance of last-minute surprises that could delay the sale.

  • Protects you and your family from potential lawsuits.

  • Helps you sell your house faster, at the best price, and with fewer delays.

  •  

A ProbeComm report is a comprehensive, easy-to-read report detailing with over 400 items your ProbeComm inspector examines and includes pictures, diagrams, and a supplemental home maintenance manual.

An inspection helps ensure there are fewer surprises in the real estate transaction, because everyone involved becomes more familiar with the property’s current condition. A professional home pre-inspection provided by the seller can create an atmosphere of good faith. By making repairs and disclosing to the prospective buyer the property’s condition up front, you can create a more relaxed atmosphere by instilling confidence regarding the home's condition.

 

Take the mystery out of selling your house. Make it easier for prospective buyers to imagine themselves living in your home.

 

If you are preparing to sell your home, it may be wise to order a pre-inspection. Home sale transactions can - and often do - fall through as the result of problems discovered during the buyer's inspection. To avoid any setbacks, call on ProbeComm to conduct a thorough pre-inspection of your home, inside and out.