Eye Spy Home Inspection - We know homes -- inside and out.
 
Selling (or Thinking About Selling) Your Home?
 
Might we suggest a Pre-Listing Inspection? 
 
For nearly 3 decades, we have helped our customers prepare their home for sale.  Even before we obtained licensing as a Home Inspector, our work as a Home Improvement contractor meant our customers relied on us to find things that needed to be done prior to listing their home for sale.  This has proven to bring the maximum sales price for these customers.

Ever wonder why the automotive industry makes use of this phrase?

certified preowned words only 
 
Would you rather buy a "Used" Car  ... or
"Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle" ? 
  
Move In Certified
 
 
Take advantage of the technique
successfully employed by car
dealerships to make your
home STAND OUT! 
 
Market your home as
Certified Move-In Ready!
 
 
 
 
 


There are probably some things you know you need to do to get your home ready for sale: get rid of the clutter, do some painting, 
give the front entry a welcoming look. 
  
Make sure your inspector knows what they are looking at
 
But what about when a prospective buyer brings a Home Inspector through your home. 
Do you have any idea what they might find?
 
Smart sellers choose a Pre- Listing Inspection.  This alerts you of things another inspector is likely to find -- and lets you take care of them before a prospective buyer sees them!  You save money by not negotiating for repairs, and not paying premiums to have work done quickly in order for the sale to close.
 

If your home is especially clean, you may want to leave a copy of the report in the home for home buyers to see.  (If you've had repairs made after the initial inspection, we can reinspect for a small fee, and adjust the report to remove any of those items). 
 
Providing home buyers with information since 2004For the few hundred bucks you'd spend on a Pre-Inspection, you'll gain a cleaner home for potential inspectors, and peace of mind by not worrying about suprise that could kill your deal.
 
Which gives you more time and energy to think about things like painting the front door, planting a few flowers out front, and looking for a new home!


Whether or not you decide to have a Pre-Listing inspection, click below to find out

WHAT YOU CAN DO NOW TO PREPARE FOR A BUYERS HOME INSPECTION.