Seller Inspection


Empowering home owners to sell with confidence.

What is a seller inspection?

Sell with confidence. A Seller Residential Home Inspection reports on the overall status of your home and its possible defects to help you better prepare for listing. Help home buyers make a confident decision by making your home the best decision. Sellers can purchase a Full Inspection Report or a Summary of Defects (see list of credits below for pricing). The following areas will be addressed:

  • Roof (Covering, Flashing, Drainage Systems, Chimney, Flues)

  • Interior (Walls, Windows, Doors, Flooring, Ceiling, Fixtures)

  • Exterior (Siding, Driveway, Walkway, Decks, Vegetation, Trees, Gradient, Yard Fences)

  • Limited Structure (Foundation, Basement, Walls, Floors, Attic)

  • Attached Garage (Foundation, Windows, Doors, Walls, Ceiling)

  • Heating and Cooling Systems (Equipment, Operation, Distribution, Vents, Flues)

  • Plumbing (Main Valve, Drainage, Vents)

  • Electrical (Main/Sub Panel, Receptacles, Fixtures, Fire Alarms/Systems, Alarm Systems)

  • Attic (Ventilation, Insulation)

  • Appliances (Stove, Dishwasher, Microwave, Refrigerator)

  • Limited Pest (Non-invasive Discovery)

The Benefits of Having a Seller Inspection

  • The ability to repair defects prior to initial offer

  • Complete readiness for marketing and selling of home

  • Home may experience more showings

  • Home may spend less time on market

  • Home may receive offers closer to listing price

  • Greater confidence in countering and accepting offers

How Much Does a Seller Inspection Cost?

Our inspection prices are based upon square footage of a home plus the time it takes to write your report, and any additional services rendered. Below is what a seller can expect to pay for a Seller Inspection, with additional fees and credits listed that may apply for absolute transparency!

When Can I schedule my seller inspection?

We schedule Monday - Friday. We prefer to reserve Mondays for administrative work, but we can be make availability upon request.



Certifications acquired through home inspector training from InterNACHI