SELLING YOUR HOME
In Colorado, the majority of home sales transactions include the potential buyer requesting a home inspection. Based on the findings during the inspection, the value of the home to the buyer may change resulting in a lower sales price, in repairs that may be requested causing a time delay, or in a buyer backing away from the sale.
Having your home inspected by 360 Degree Inspections prior to the listing will reduce the possibility of surprises, prepare the seller for price negotiations, and reduce the chances of buyers pulling out of the transaction. This has the potential to speed up the sales process, reduce stress, and put additional money in the seller’s pocket.
In addition, a pre-listing inspection can provide a potential buyer peace of mind because the seller is being proactive and providing full disclosure, above and beyond the Seller’s Disclosure Statement.