Are you getting ready to list your Marathon County home for sale? Listing inspections are especially important for homeowners who may not be in tune with the condition of their home and are a wise choice before listing your home for sale.
Set Your Home Apart & Keep the Sale Process Smooth
What makes your home better than others? A home inspection can help highlight the key factors that make your home a cut above the others on the market. A listing inspection can also give prospective buyers peace of mind about the quality of your home.
Unfortunately, it is common for the buyer’s home inspection to unearth items in your home that need attention. Because of this, a great many home sales are canceled due to the buyer's shock at the functional condition of the home.
Our Seller Home Program allows Central Wisconsin homeowners to address these items early, helping to keep the sales process going without a hitch. Identifying issues early also allows for any needed repairs to be completed at a normal (rather than expedited) pace, enabling you to shop around and find the best contractor, if needed. If the repairs aren’t completed, they can be disclosed upfront to home shoppers.
Pre-Listing Home Inspections Can Save Money
If a potential buyer conducts a home inspection and finds issues, they may try to lower the asking price. In many cases, buyers will ask for a larger price reduction than the cost of completing the repair, which ends up costing you money.
Making Home Disclosures
In Wisconsin, home sellers are obligated to submit a real estate condition report to potential buyers. A home inspection allows you to do this more accurately. This prevents sellers from knowingly concealing property defects to home buyers. The real estate condition report includes information on the foundation, roof, heating and cooling system, wiring, and plumbing system.
Are you listing your home for sale? Contact Inspect It Right Home Inspections to have you home inspected before it is listed.