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Getting ready to put your home on the market? At Colorado Professional Inspections, we’ve been providing pre-listing home inspections in Northern Colorado for nearly 30 years. A pre-listing home inspection can help identify repairs that need to be made, put prospective buyers at ease and give you a clearer idea of what your home is worth. It may even allow you to save money at the negotiating table. There’s no better way for sellers to demonstrate that they are honest, forthright and prepared to negotiate in good faith than by investing in a pre-listing home inspection. We think buyer’s inspections are done at the wrong time for everyone. They are hard on the seller, buyer, agents, and home inspector. Most home inspections should be done prior to listing homes for sale. That’s a strong statement. Typically, home inspections happen shortly after the purchase terms are agreed to in the sales contract. This is the worst time. The Seller’s disclosure may not have been supplied. The buyer has very little time to research their choice of home inspector. Home Inspectors provide poor quality work because of time constraints. Defects aren’t properly prioritized and documented. Reports will lack perspective and frequently over emphasize minor defects. The sheer volume of mundane wear and tear defects can make an otherwise average house appear to be a money pit. Seller’s don’t get to catch up on deferred maintenance. Consider this typical scenario: 1. The buyer and seller have just negotiated until they bled. 2. Buyer’s remorse is about to rear its ugly head. 3. We find out what’s wrong with the house and how to fix it all, really fast. 4. Chances are, repair bids will be over priced and inaccurate. 5. Emotions are at their highest at this point in the transaction. What could possibly go wrong? 2nd round of negotiations! Contract termination! Now consider another scenario: The seller gets a PreListing Home Inspection. 1. The pre-listing inspection report details the condition of the house with a prioritized list of defects. 2. The seller gets several competitive bids on the defects. 3. The seller chooses to repair some of the defects using the most competitive repair bids and has a reasonable amount of time to complete the repairs. 4. The rest of the defects and their costs are disclosed to potential buyers and built into the listing price. 5. Buyers make purchase offers knowing that there won’t be a second negotiation. 6. Buyer can still hire their own inspector or choose to consult with the pre-listing inspector. Either way, no surprises. The sale moves smoothly Buyer has a higher level of trust for the seller Better for all involved in the transaction We are a fully certified home inspection company that strives to offer the best service in the area. We typically provide single pricing for most homes, and complete detailed, thorough reports on the same day of the inspection. Our president and founder Bruce Czech has personally completed more than 3000 home inspections in the Northern Colorado front range since 2000. To schedule a pre-listing home inspection, or to learn more about any of the services we offer, give us a call at (970) 430-1819 today or click on the red button below to schedule any time 24/7.
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Colorado  Professional Inspections Colorado  CPI
Local Home Inspection in Loveland, Fort Collins, Greeley, Windsor, Estes Park, Boulder, Longmont, Larimer, and Weld
Colorado  Professional Inspections CPI SCHEDULE ONLINE
Getting ready to put your home on the market? At Colorado Professional Inspections, we’ve been providing pre-listing home inspections in Northern Colorado for nearly 30 years. A pre-listing home inspection can help identify repairs that need to be made, put prospective buyers at ease and give you a clearer idea of what your home is worth. It may even allow you to save money at the negotiating table. There’s no better way for sellers to demonstrate that they are honest, forthright and prepared to negotiate in good faith than by investing in a pre-listing home inspection. We think buyer’s inspections are done at the wrong time for everyone. They are hard on the seller, buyer, agents, and home inspector. Most home inspections should be done prior to listing homes for sale. That’s a strong statement. Typically, home inspections happen shortly after the purchase terms are agreed to in the sales contract. This is the worst time. The Seller’s disclosure may not have been supplied. The buyer has very little time to research their choice of home inspector. Home Inspectors provide poor quality work because of time constraints. Defects aren’t properly prioritized and documented. Reports will lack perspective and frequently over emphasize minor defects. The sheer volume of mundane wear and tear defects can make an otherwise average house appear to be a money pit. Seller’s don’t get to catch up on deferred maintenance. Consider this typical scenario: 1. The buyer and seller have just negotiated until they bled. 2. Buyer’s remorse is about to rear its ugly head. 3. We find out what’s wrong with the house and how to fix it all, really fast. 4. Chances are, repair bids will be over priced and inaccurate. 5. Emotions are at their highest at this point in the transaction. What could possibly go wrong? 2nd round of negotiations! Contract termination! Now consider another scenario: The seller gets a PreListing Home Inspection. 1. The pre-listing inspection report details the condition of the house with a prioritized list of defects. 2. The seller gets several competitive bids on the defects. 3. The seller chooses to repair some of the defects using the most competitive repair bids and has a reasonable amount of time to complete the repairs. 4. The rest of the defects and their costs are disclosed to potential buyers and built into the listing price. 5. Buyers make purchase offers knowing that there won’t be a second negotiation. 6. Buyer can still hire their own inspector or choose to consult with the pre-listing inspector. Either way, no surprises. The sale moves smoothly Buyer has a higher level of trust for the seller Better for all involved in the transaction We are a fully certified home inspection company that strives to offer the best service in the area. We typically provide single pricing for most homes, and complete detailed, thorough reports on the same day of the inspection. Our president and founder Bruce Czech has personally completed more than 3000 home inspections in the Northern Colorado front range since 2000. To schedule a pre-listing home inspection, or to learn more about any of the services we offer, give us a call at (970) 430-1819 today or click on the red button below to schedule any time 24/7.
Greeley Home Inspector
Pre-Listing Home Inspections, Sell Your Home Like a Pro.
SCHEDULE ONLINE