Sellers Inspection / Pre-Listing Inspection
Selling your home can be a stressful. A pre-listing inspection is a
worthy investment in an owner’s effort to sell a home. It provides the
seller ample time to make any necessary repairs and greatly reduces
the usual level of stress during the closing process.
Having the home inspected prior to placing it on the market is the ideal
way to identify and either repair or disclose any issues found.
A pre-listing inspection conducted by Parr Home Inspection
communicates to potential buyers that the home is in generally good
shape or better, therefore virtually eliminating any natural fears of the
buyer and potential pitfalls in deal negotiations. We will examine the observable systems and components of the home. The major concerns with any home are Roof, Foundation, Windows, Heating/ Cooling and Plumbing. Upon completion of our inspection, you will be provided with a detailed report that lists any defects found during our home inspection. Our report also describes the condition of systems or components that, if not repaired, may have significant adverse effects on their life expectancy. As well as maintenance tips that you may have to undertake to maintain the home for when it is time for you to sell.
Some questions answered during an inspection?
Are there signs of structural or seepage problems in the basement and/ or attic?
What is the condition of the roof? Are there signs of past or ongoing leaks?
Is the chimney sound, safe and functional?
What types of Heating/ Cooling system/s are present and what is the estimated service life remaining?
Is the electrical panel properly wired; are there any special safety concerns?
Do the homes insulation levels appear to be adequate?
Are there any concerns with the fireplace?
What is the general condition of the exterior of the home, including porches siding and walkways?
What is the general condition of the interior, walls ceilings windows and flooring?
Crawl Space – moisture and/or structural problems?
Is the plumbing system, including water heater adequate and fully operational