When your clients decide to sell their homes, they may think that they know everything that there is to know about the house. In most cases, they do have a lot of valuable information to share.
However, the truth is that they may not know every possible detail. Furthermore, sellers may not know that the knowledge they have could either help or hurt the sale of their house.
A Pre-listing Inspection Provides Knowledge
There are some problems that a homeowner may not be aware of. Having a pre-listing inspection can bring everyone up to speed on any issues with the house. When you know all of the possible problems, you never have to worry about potential buyers backing out because a surprise came up during their inspection.