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.