When you sell your home, the buyer will have it inspected prior to closing, and the buyer is not required to share the inspection report with the seller. By obtaining a pre-listing inspection, you will know in advance what the buyer will find out.
With a Pre-Listing Inspection, you the seller can:
Make the property more marketable by making repairs prior to listing
Ensure all issues are properly disclosed which can help you avoid costly lawsuits in the future
Potentially increase the sales price of the house
Enjoy a shorter period of time with your house on the market
Put yourself in a better position when you list your house for sale by having the house inspected prior to listing!
Note: We always recommend you consult with your real estate agent prior to having a pre-listing inspection so you understand how this can impact your listing.