Here’s how it works: before the house goes on the MLS, a pre-marketing inspection takes place, and the findings of the pre-marketing inspection are explained by the inspector and reviewed with the seller and the listing agent. In addition, a detailed report is generated by the home inspection company. If defects come up as a result of a pre-marketing inspection, the seller has the opportunity to take 1 of 3 approaches, 1) disclose it, 2) fix it, or 3) do nothing.
Here’s a short video explaining it
Sometimes during a buyer’s inspection an issue comes up that surprises everybody. Sometimes, the surprise can cause the buyer to walk away. Pre-marketing inspections eliminate surprises.
Pre-marketing inspections can reduce negotiations and put more money in the seller’s pocket. Pre-marketing inspections can eliminate surprises. Pre marketing inspections can make the buyers inspection go smoother, with less aggravation.