Seller Inspection 2017-12-08T12:06:35+00:00


Why you should call in a HouseCheck inspector BEFORE you list your home for sale.

seller-inspectionImagine you’re selling your home. Now imagine that a qualified buyer has made a good offer, so you’ve entered into a sales agreement.

Now imagine that the buyer comes back with a list of serious problems that their home inspector has turned up…problems you weren’t aware of.

Now you’re faced with a decision. You can either spend a lot of money fixing the problems, lower the price of the home, or risk losing the sale altogether.

Selling your home is stressful enough without having to deal with this kind of circumstance.

So now, HouseCheck is introducing a better idea.

Imagine that before you even talk to a real estate agent about listing your home for sale, you contract with a qualified HouseCheck home inspector.

Your HouseCheck inspector checks your home top to bottom, then provides a complete list of any and all deficiencies in your home. Now you’re equipped to decide what you may want to repair before you even put the house on the market.

When you’ve had your house pre-inspected, you’ll enjoy greater peace of mind when you list your home for sale. That’s because you won’t need to worry about a buyer’s inspector coming back with a list of unanticipated deficiencies after a signed agreement has been reached.

Your HouseCheck pre-inspection gives you the power to confidently negotiate a sales contract on your house based on knowledge, rather than on wishful thinking. And that’s a benefit that’s worth many, many times the modest cost of a pre-inspection.

But remember…for a pre-inspection to work in your favor, you’ll need to contract with an experienced, competent inspector who won’t miss any deficiencies. That means you’ll want to make sure your inspector is a certified HouseCheck inspector. Our inspectors are the best in the field…experienced, knowledgeable, and impartial. We tell it like it is, so you can go into a sale armed with valuable knowledge.

When it’s time to contract with an inspector, think HouseCheck to be sure you’re getting the best there is. To schedule an inspection, click SCHEDULE AN INSPECTION or call our toll-free Customer Care line at 1-844-94-CHECK.

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