Can a pre-sale inspection make or break a sale?.
Are pre-sale inspections a good idea or a bad idea? Can they help you save money? What’s the deal?
This is where a lot of sellers lose money or even their buyers. For instance, if you’ve accepted an offer, many buyers add a contingency in the contract, which includes a home inspection. If the inspection comes back with items of concern, that’s another area a buyer can negotiate with you. They might not only want you to fix these repairs but bring down the price of their offer. It might even deter buyers to withdraw their offer entirely.
Don’t let this happen to you! We want to put you in charge as a seller. There’s a simple way to take control of the situation before you even list your property in Utah.
By conducting a pre-sale inspection, you remove inspection-related contingencies from the contract. This benefits you because it no longer becomes something to negotiate with the buyer. You additionally have the opportunity to repair those problem areas before you even list your property on the market. We want you to be comfortable and confident that issues won’t arise after you’ve listed your home.
If you’re thinking about buying or selling a Utah home, I’d be happy to help and answer your questions. Give me a call or send me an email at your earliest convenience!