How To Sell Your Home Fast | Are Seller Pre-Inspections Worth Doing?

Should I get pre-Inspections on my home? Why do people get pre-inspections on their house before selling?

Great Question! When selling your house, getting pre-inspections done first gives you the advantage of trust, speed, and value. Providing buyers your inspection reports shows that you're trustworthy and transparent; giving buyers confidence in submitting a better offer.

You can also speed up your sale if you know what problems there are from the beginning. You can either correct any problems that were found in the pre-inspection report or be upfront with buyers about the problems. This way, there are no surprises later in the selling process and no time is wasted starting over with finding new buyers.

In addition to providing inspection reports, a list of upgrades, repairs, and remodels that have been done to the property to add value to the home will be helpful. This can help maximize the value of your home in the buyers' eyes. Sell your home fast with these three pre-inspection tips!

Wilson Leung leads a team that has consistently sold $150 million in sales volume annually. If you are looking to grow your real estate team or looking to start one, Wilson is your go-to guy to ask questions. Wilson has personally trained several Rookies of the Year and 30 under 30 awardees.

Wilson Leung Real Estate Associates' mission is to help families build wealth through real estate in the Bay Area counties (San Francisco County, San Mateo County, Santa Clara County, Contra Costa County and Alameda County). We do this by providing unrivaled expertise, dedication to educating our clients, and an unparalleled level of customer service that surpasses our clients’ expectations. Because of our approach, we've been consistently the best real estate agent & brokerage in the San Mateo County area and are starting to expand our reach.

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