Get an Inspection when Selling a Home

Pre-Listing Inspection Adds Value, but a Certified Pre-Owned Home® Status is a Major Selling Point!

...And Has Been Proven to Sell Homes Faster and For More Money

Why are more sellers inspecting before they have a buyer?

Because they understand that prelisting inspections can lead to more buyers, better buyers,
and more successful sales.

Home inspections take place in 90% or more of home sales today. Conducting the inspection ahead of time and with your choice of inspector actually benefits you in a number of ways:

  • Helps you accurately price your home, which reduces time on market
  • Pre-listing inspections have been proven to sell homes faster and for more money
  • Prevents unexpected issues from delaying or derailing a sale later on
  • Eliminates delays in obtaining the Use & Occupancy permit
  • Gives you time to get reasonable priced contractors or make repairs yourself
  • A-Pro inspections highlight positive aspects of a home for added selling points
  • May encourage buyer to waive inspection contingency (our guarantee passes to a buyer)
  • It may alert you of items of immediate personal concern (e.g. termites, mold, etc.)
  • Reduces liability by adding professional documentation to disclosure statement
  • Professional reports help your home stand out among other properties
  • "Certified Pre-Owned Home" status provides a strong and marketable selling point

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The Experts
Take Notice


"...home sellers are turning to new strategies to sell quickly and at the right price... hiring inspectors before they put their homes on the market."

—Liz Moore, a broker in Newport News, Va., says her firm pays for a pre-listing inspection for all her sellers.

'It's fair to say that is the reason our listings sell 30% faster than the market average,' she says. And early anecdotal evidence suggests that inspected houses 'consistently sell for a few thousand dollars more.'"

—USA Today