You can use the required step of a home inspection to your advantage as a seller. By scheduling the structural assessment before listing your home for sale, you get important information that helps you with one of the most crucial marketing details for your house — the selling price.
An Accurate Amount
A pre-listing home inspection helps you price your house accurately when you list it. Certainly, you can compare your house with other houses in your neighborhood and their asking price and factor in amenities, size, and age to help you set a price. However, knowing the current overall condition is a boon for establishing a reasonable price.
When selling your house, the price is a major factor in marketing it to potential buyers. A pre-listing inspection gives you vital information about its condition that helps you price it accurately and also attractively.