Why are pre-sale inspections important?
There are numerous reasons to have a pre-sale inspection but the NUMBER ONE reason is to increase the SALE PRICE of your property.
It minimises the risk of selling your property at a price that is below the maximum sale price
Knowledge is power so once you have a list of all the defects you can then make smart decisions. A Choice can be made to reduce the price and sell the property or fix some of the issues and sell at a higher sale price. Agents can guide you to determine the market price but building inspectors can find the hidden defects beyond the appearance of the property to give you a better idea on the pricing.
Trust and credibility is created with your buyers
Buyer confidence increases ten-folds when they can walk into a property and be handed a report detailing all the issues with it. Complete transparency is created when there is already an inspection report on hand to look at which makes the process of selling faster and smoother especially if the property is being sold at an auction.