Most home buyers insist and prefer a home inspection performed by a home inspector of their choosing. If the home inspector finds problems and issues with a property, it can cause delays and additional negotiating in the selling process. These additional problems identified by the inspector may cause delays in closing, and even cost the seller money by having to perform last-minute repairs or result in taking a lower price on the selling price of the home.
It is recommended to have a certified home inspection before putting a home on the market. When getting a pre-listing home inspection done by Compass Home Inspections, the sale process can be much easier and faster. In most cases, a home inspection will identify unknown problems throughout the home. This also allows for more time to complete the repairs before putting the home on the market. This also allows for more time to complete the repairs yourself or bid out more affordable contractors.