Streamlining Real Estate Transactions with Home Inspections for Sellers. Seller inspections often referred to as pre-listing inspections are becoming more popular because they virtually eliminate all the pitfalls and hassles associated with waiting to do the home inspection until a buyer is found.
When does the seller inspection take place? usually just before the home goes on the market
Who pays for the seller inspection? The party selling the home. The seller is the client of the inspector. The inspector will work for and generate a report for the seller.
The seller then typically makes multiple copies of the report and shares them with potential buyers who tour the home for sale
Seller inspections are a benefit to all parties in a real estate transaction. They are a win-win-win-win situation.