You may wish to take a proactive approach to selling your home and have it inspected when you put it on the market.  This allows you to prepare for issues a buyer might find and make repairs that could affect property negotiations.

A professional home inspection report by a credible inspector is also a marketing tool in your effort to find prospective buyers.  Even if a later inspection reveals defects in your home, the preliminary seller home inspection from a credible professional is proof that you have nothing to hide.

If you do have your home inspected before you list it, you may find defects you weren’t unaware of.  If so, it’s likely that you are legally responsible to disclose those defects to potential buyers.  Consult with your REALTOR® and an attorney about any applicable laws relating to disclosure of pre-listing inspection results.

Sellers should understand that buyers will likely want another inspection to occur before purchase, and most banks require another by a home inspector they select.  Sellers shouldn’t be offended if a potential buyer wants a second opinion – its best that both sides fully appreciate the soundness of the home before the contracts are signed.


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DISCLAIMER: This information is provided for general awareness only and is not intended for the purpose of providing legal, accounting, tax advice or consulting of any kind.  Please consult with a professional in their respective expertise for complete details.