Pre-Listing Home Inspection in Edmonton and area
If you are preparing to sell your single-family house, duplex, multi-family or other residential investment property it usually makes sense to have an inspection performed before listing the home for sale. We provide an unbiased inspection of the home that will provide clear documentation of problems and areas of concern with the property, allowing you to repair these problems before prospective buyers ever step foot into the house.
We have helped many sellers get ahead of the buyer’s home inspector, even identifying a major structural problem in the crawl space. Making the sellers aware of this problem allowed time for them to collect quotes and research contractors outside of the closing process pressure cooker.
What is Included in a Pre-Listing Home Inspection?
Selling a house is stressful and can be very hurried, and it’s never fun for the seller to be in a rush to repair problems before the sale closes. The cost of inspecting your home before listing is the same as if you were a buyer, but the focus of the inspection is adjusted to better position you as a seller, potentially saving your time and money spent on repairs.
A pre-listing inspection uses the same checklist of items as we use when performing an inspection for the buyer, including the same modern home inspection report. You will be able to provide the report to your contractor to use as a punch list of repair items.
All of our home inspections include the grounds, exterior, roof, garage, interior, structure, attic, electrical, plumbing, heating & cooling, basement and foundation.
Pre-Listing Home Inspections in Alberta
Alberta Home Inspection is the go-to home inspection service in Edmonton, AB and Leduc, Beaumont, Sherwood Park, St. Albert, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, and Devon.
We are committed to a detailed report of home your home, including high-quality photos of problem areas and plain language explanations of how to correct most problems.
We specialize in assessing all residential property types, including single-family houses, townhouses, condos, duplexes, and larger investment homes.