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Home Seller and Pre-Listing Inspection

A pre-listing inspection is specifically designed to help give home sellers the knowledge needed to properly disclose deficiencies to a buyer, as required by law. If a seller fails to properly disclose known deficiencies to the buyer, they can anticipate future litigation. We can help reduce the chance of litigation.

This inspection will also help home sellers understand potential deficiencies and allow an opportunity to repair those deficiencies prior to showing the home.

By doing so, you can expect:
  Increased sale price
  Fewer lost sales
  Reduced time on market
Our inspection covers hundreds of items and systems including:
  • Site/Drainage
  • Structure
  • Foundation
  • Exterior/Interior
  • Roof
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Heating
  • Cooling
  • And much more

If deficiencies are discovered during the inspection and the seller chooses to repair those items, the inspector can re-inspect the home and prepare a revised inspection report, there may be additional charges for this service.

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A Home Seller Inspection will typically take approximately 3 hours. All conditions noted during the inspection will be entered into a laptop computer and a printed report using concise easy to understand language will be given to you at the time of the inspection.

If your home is For Sale By Owner, a thorough home inspection often develops a list of items that should be included on Real Estate Disclosure forms. We often discover items that homeowners take for granted and consider normal but are technically defects which should be disclosed. A future buyer who discovers an undisclosed defect is likely to be something less then happy.
  Fred Comb
Home Inspections of Minnesota
190 Wildwood Bay Drive
Mahtomedi, MN 55115

Office: (651) 653-7111
Cell: (612) 840-0709

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