Break Out Session: Pre-Listing Inspections
There’s little debate that the culture of real estate regarding how houses are bought and sold could use a bit of improvement. Houses are put on the market, offers are accepted, and then inspections are performed. Upon inspection deficiencies being discovered, the buyers and sellers then negotiate repairs. In essence, real estate transactions are negotiated twice; once on the price of the house and once for repairs.
This process ALWAYS costs the seller money, it leads to frustration, delays in closing and even the possibility of the deal falling through. If the deal does fall apart, the time spent with the house off the market is wasted. The home selling process must start over, and the seller will have to make more mortgage payments.
There is a better way to sell houses and it starts with getting homes pre-inspected and providing a premium home warranty as part of the sale.
Come find out how Dave Klima and his team at Aardvark Home Inspectors have established a great marketing presence and how you can do the same.