HOW A SELLER’S HOME INSPECTION HELPS YOU
Sell your home more quickly, more easily, and for more money with a Pre-listing inspection. Carson Dunlop’s credibility makes prospective buyers comfortable. No conditional offers or 11th-hour renegotiations after buyers get their own inspection. We bring balance and perspective to the inspection and report.
WHAT YOU GET
With your Seller’s Home Inspection — from $580
Your home inspection report
Your easy-to-read inspection report includes illustrated text and photos of your home. It will describe the condition of your home fairly and objectively, and provide appropriate perspective so buyers can be comfortable.
- Fast and easy booking by phone or 24/7 online
- A competent professional home inspector
- A premium quality inspection by the most trusted name in the industry
- An easy-to-read, full-colour draft report — delivered the same day
- You approve the report before it is published
- Ability to add a one-page Report Summary for buyers
- A FREE 120-day Home Warranty
Plus these benefits for this home or your next home…
- $100 of value from Jiffy — home maintenance and repair
Additional tools to help sell your home
One-page home inspection Report Summary
This one-page summary for prospective buyers reflects the key findings of the Sellers’ Inspection.
Plus Package $27 — includes a one-page electronic report summary for prospective buyers. Add it to your listing or feature sheet. You can also distribute it at open houses.
Buyers Review $149 — a phone consultation with the inspector who originally completed the Sellers inspection giving potential buyers the opportunity to review major findings of the inspection and get any questions about the home answered. This review can be done before or after taking possession of the home. Buyers also become Carson Dunlop clients and receive access to our Homeowners Association Benefits
SELLERS’ (Pre-listing) Home Inspections
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Before home inspections were common, sellers had no reason to disclose the condition of their property. But now most buyers want a home inspection to understand what they are buying, and often want to renegotiate based on the inspection results. It makes sense to put the inspection at the beginning of the sales process.
A pre-listing inspection report brings more buyers to the table, creating a better negotiating environment for both sellers and buyers. With the home’s condition disclosed at the beginning rather than the end of the process, things move more quickly and smoothly. It is a win-win situation, with less liability for all.
Join the thousands of clients who have sold their home more quickly and effectively with a Seller’s Inspection