Why should a seller list their home as Move-In Certified?
Buyers are much more likely to waive their inspection contingency when they have the assurance of a Move-In Certified® inspection report.
Managing your client – A pre-listing inspection gives the home seller an unbiased perspective on the condition and value of their home, helping you to work with them on setting a realistic asking price.
Your clients (sellers) can schedule the inspection at their convenience, with little effort on your part and no pressing contingency deadline.
No nasty surprises – Repairs can be made ahead of time and will help the home show better.
Fewer renegotiations – Less time wasted on rushing to get estimates and manage repair timelines while the potential buyer waits.
The homeowner (your client) gets to participate in the inspection, allowing the inspector to quickly discover more background about installations, repairs and modifications than would be readily visible during a solo visual inspection.
The Move-In Certified® inspection report can be used as a marketing tool that goes beyond the seller’s disclosure. Offering the report up-front builds trust in the realtor and the seller since it is from an independent third party.
Ever had an unexpected problem crop up in a buyer’s inspection and ruin a deal you’ve worked hard to close? A pre-listing inspection means a much lower likelihood of undiscovered defects by closing.
Any misstatements in the inspection report can be discussed and corrected before it is generated and shown to prospective buyers.
I will supply a Move-In Certified® yard sign that will differentiate your listing and attract buyers’ attention and interest.