Primarily, there are two types of clients we cater to - home buyers and home sellers. In our last blog post, we discussed our buyer inspections, where we cater to the needs of individuals looking to buy homes. In this blog, we will be talking about seller inspections, where we cater to individuals interested in selling their houses.
Seller inspections or pre-listing inspections are performed to do away with any faults or issues the buyer’s inspector may notice once the house is put on the market. These issues may lead buyers to believe that the seller is trying to pull a fast one on them or it may give them the power to negotiate and bring down the asking price.
For seller inspections, we will make sure to inspect your property as per the ASHI’s standards of practice before you put it up for sale. Should we find any issues, we will inform you about the same. Both small and big problems will be identified and brought to your notice so that you can take steps to resolve them.
We will even inform you about what needs to be done to repair the place and increase your property value. That way, you can sell the house at the resale value or above the asking price. When you put in the work to improve your household through repairs and renovations, you receive negotiation leverage, which puts the ball in your court.
For reliable seller inspections across Paramus, Paterson, Morristown, Edison, Clifton, Franklin Township, Washington Township, and the surrounding areas, reach out to LMM Home Inspections LLC. You can give us a call at (973) 819-9521 or email us at Camilo@lmmhomeinspection.com to set an appointment with our team. According to the size of your property, our home inspection prices vary from $350 to $595. Before conducting the inspection, we will offer you an estimate so you are aware of the price you are committing to.
As a top home inspection company in northern New Jersey, we have what it takes to deliver quick and thorough inspections. Our founder and leading home inspector has over twenty-five years of experience in the construction industry. He is more qualified than an average home inspector and can provide you with a thorough inspection, so you are fully aware of the current state of your home and how to improve it.
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