Many sellers elect to leave the home inspection to the buyers.
"But that's a mistake that can lead to extra costs and stress for the seller"
When the buyers get a Home inspection (and if they’re smart, they will), the sellers will have little time to complete repairs and keep the sale on track.
But if sellers have a home inspection before putting it on the market, they have more time to get repairs done, reduce negotiations over repairs, and with the extra time, they can also shop around and control their costs.
Both buyers and sellers often wait too long to engage with a home inspector. You should contact a home inspector long before you have (or make) an offer. Some buyers and sellers will wait until the second-to-last day before they even call. “Increasing the chance the home inspector will be booked out.”
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