Pre-Listing Home Inspections in Baltimore MarylandThere is a Better Way to Sell Your Home
What is A Pre-Listing Home Inspection?
An inspection paid for by the home seller, containing a detailed report explaining the condition of a home prior to listing the home for sale.
4U Inspection Services offer stress free pre-listing home inspections throughout the Baltimore-Washington, D.C.area.. For additional information contact us now (443) 539- 8012, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your pre listing home inspection today.
A Pre-Sale Home Inspection Could Save You $$$$!
We examine the entire home from the perspectives of safety, security and aesthetics. Once we are finished, you will receive a detailed report of the inspection, and if you have any questions we are happy to answer them for you.
Interior Pre Listing Home Inspection
Covers everything from HVAC, plumbing and electrical, to fireplace. We take into account such things as safety standards, as well as any noticeable signs of hidden damage.
Exterior Pre Listing Home Inspection
Our certified Maryland home inspectors will carefully examine your homes exterior from the roof, to the grading and drainage conditions on your property.
Why Inspect a Baltimore Area Home Before Listing?
Find out what condition your home really is in
Why “hope for the best” if you can know for sure whether anything is wrong with your house? Instead of having the sale fall through due to a long list of repairs that need to happen, you can be proactive and avoid these problems and delays. This will communicate to the buyer that you are a responsible seller they can trust, rather than someone trying to sell of a damaged home at a premium price.
Accessing the homes true value is much simpler
When a home inspection reveals issues, this puts buyer in a position to negotiate the price down, unless you offer to repair the damage. If you already know what these issues are, you are in the power position to price your home based on the cost of repairs you have to complete. You also have more time to find a good contractor and complete repairs on your terms, rather than paying extra for a rushed job.
Pre-Listing Inspections By the Numbers
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What Should I Do With the Inspection Report?
Once you have our pre-listing inspection report in your hands, read through it and let us know if you have any questions about any of the findings. It is often surprising and even unbelievable to find issues in a home you took good care of for years. After you make sure you understand the report, take it to your listing agent. They can help you determine what repairs you should make to make your home more appealing to buyers.