Asked by Sean Casey, 30317 • Thu Apr 10, 2008
Since I sell alot of older homes (Turn of the Century & Newer), I am thinking of pushing home pre-inspections a little harder with my listing clients. My thoughts are 1) Defects can often be corrected pre-emtpively and cheaper by the buyer. 2) It cuts way down on the second round of negotiating that often comes after the buyers inspection. By providing the inspection report along with the disclosure to the buyers, they theoretically have all of that information to consider prior to making thier offer and I have found it drastically reduces the "laundry list" on the Amendment to Remove. Would love to have further thoughts on pros/cons of this practice.
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