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Did You Know You Should Conduct a Seller Home Inspection Early on in the Process?

Did You Know You Should Conduct a Seller Home Inspection Early on in the Process?

While a home inspection is usually one of the steps a home buyer will take after putting an offer on a home, it is advised to conduct an inspection on your own before you get to that step of the process. 

  •  It is always better to conduct a home inspection to identify the pain points with your home before a potential buyer does to prevent any big surprises from coming up. This will help you avoid any shocking revelations about your home down the line, and gives you a chance to address the problems before your home is under contract. 

This gives you as the seller a major advantage in the process, because you’ve improved the condition of your property and therefore improved the value of your home. This usually translates to a bigger payout later on!

Conducting a seller home inspection and fixing most of the issues the inspector finds is one of the best ways to ensure you get top dollar for your property. It will also help you to avoid a lot of back and forth negotiations with a buyer later on in the process if you have already addressed most of the home’s pain points. 

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