Not bad suggestions, but I would have a tough time selling them to my clients as I don't really believe it's all necessary in most cases. I have never had a title issue except on one that we knew there would be as it had been in an undistributed estate for 20 years and there were about 35 heirs. If there is an estate involved, an unfinished home or other circumstances, this would be a good idea....but for the typical seller, I don't think they need to pay the attorney to do that up front. I only recommend an appraisal to my seller in cases where their opinion of value is unrealistic or if it is just so unique that I dont feel I could properly give opinion of value. Pre- inspection should be the normal way of doing things....although it is difficult to convince a lot of sellers to do this as it is the 'normal' way they have done things. This will actually benefit the seller more than the buyer as typically, we negotiate price and then the buyer hoes back and hits the seller up for repairs. Fourth P I can't guess.