Do It Early

As a homeowner, you are probably unaware of anything wrong with your home, even if you have lived in your home for several years.

Homeowners don’t make it a habit to critically evaluate their home’s condition, particularly in hidden areas or unseen spaces, such as the attic or crawl space. All too frequently, the first time a homeowner becomes aware of a problem is when the buyer’s inspector finds it.
Previously unknown issues can come as a shock and, even worse, a financial disaster. You may feel forced under extreme pressure to negotiate the buyer’s demand to “fix” these problems at the worst possible time–when you, the seller, are most vulnerable.

Seller Home Inspection

Ordering a HomeView™ seller home inspection before listing will bring any significant issues to light when you are in the best position to evaluate your options. You can solicit repair estimates and choose the most appropriate and cost-effective remedy for your situation without pressure.

Even if you decide not to make certain repairs before listing, you are now better positioned to negotiate with future buyers. We strongly believe that providing vital information for sellers earlier in the sale process drastically reduces the stress created by the “unknown.”

14 years

Is the average time a typical homeowner stays in their home. According to Zillow, a typical home is 3 beds, 2 baths, and 1,869 sq ft.

SOURCEZillow Consumer Housing Trends Report 2019