In real estate, surprises are never a good thing - for either buyers OR sellers. To be sure, If you put your home up for sale knowing it has some specific issues, it should come as no surprise when a home inspector calls it out to the attention of the home buyer. But if you go into a real estate sale thinking that your home is in fine condition only to have a home inspector confirm otherwise, that's a surprise that potentially puts the entire transaction at risk.
A Toronto home inspection report that identifies problems with your home can be frightening. If the issues or comments are bad enough, the buyer may decide against going through with the sale. At the very least, you may have to fund a repair before the closing deal or potential compromise on your selling price. Either way, it's a problem to be avoided.
Ordering pre-sale Toronto home inspections can save you and the buyer a lot of unnecessary trouble. It provides you with an objective assessment of the condition of your home and it provides the prospective buyer with a higher confidence that your home will be relatively risk-free.
Holley Home Inspections can help make your selling transaction trouble-free. We can provide you with a detailed assessment of the condition of your home and we can confirm to the prospective buyer that the our inspection was performed before the sale -- all to give you and your buyer a foundation for a more confident closure.