In certain circumstances, it may be a good idea to have one or more inspections done prior to placing your home on the market. The results will give us a better understanding of conditions which may be discovered by the buyer’s home inspector. Making those repairs prior to putting the house on the market puts sellers in a stronger position to not lose value during the home inspection negotiations.
Some of the inspections that we will consider, if needed include:
General Home Inspection
We will also discuss these Seller disclosures:
- Lead Based Paint Disclosure for properties built before 1978
- VA and DC property disclosures
- Wood destroying insects (WDI)
We will help you determine which inspections and disclosures you should or must undertake. It is always best to address any issues before your house goes on the market. Once you are prepared with the inspection reports you need, we will take action to make sure your home shows its best. By the time it’s ready to view, your home should look irresistible to buyers.