Main Choice Inspections help homeowners on every level of their home’s selling process, from identifying problems with the property long before it goes on the market to helping speed up the process and negotiating a higher price for you.
A pre listing home inspection is similar to a standard inspection, and it provides sellers with a host of benefits that surpass traditional guidance. By having your property inspected by Main Choice, you can get a detailed analysis of your home and its actual market value before listing your title.
Our pre listing home inspection can speed up the sale of your home and help maximize your final asking digits. In addition, a pre listing home inspection from our professional inspector allows the real estate agent and potential buyers to see everything with fewer questions down the line, which saves time for all parties involved in a real estate transaction.
Most buyers nowadays want an inspection contingency to get security and confirmation that the property they plan to purchase is in good condition, safe, and listed as documented. If problems escalate in the property during inspection, a buyer will use the contingency and can back out of a deal. Pre listing home inspections ensure nothing of this.
Pre-Market inspections are implemented for sellers and are the same as an inspection done for a buyer, and it offers an in-depth analysis of all the visible areas of a home. However, it gives a more accurate overview of the accessible areas so that the most vulnerable areas can be identified and secured.
Our Home inspector assesses all functional and structural accessible parts of your home and sees if they comply with the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) and State Licensing Board standards of practice.
CURRENT REPORT TIMEFRAME: Reports are on-schedule and delivered on the next business day.
Yes, Both inspections come with a next-day digital report; having a digital report may provide the buyer with assurance. In return, they may even waive off their inspection contingency.
We recommend adding a radon inspection and a WDO or termite inspection along with a pre listing home inspection. These are the two most commonly requested inspections and a radon inspection.
We advise you to discuss things with your realtor according to your unique home selling situation; each home is different and may have inspection requirements that need to be identified and added along with a pre listing home inspection.
Our Pre listing home inspections do not guarantee higher sale prices or faster sales but may assist the process