A Pre-Sale Listing Inspection is an Inspection that is performed for the Seller or Listing Agent. Our pre-sale listing inspections are no different, in performance, to a Full Home Inspection.
The reporting differs, however. When performed for a Realtor, we put the Realtors details on the front page. This ensures that the realtor gets the credit for ensuring the property is sold with full disclosure.
If we are given permission to market the report, we will open it up for public review, so that Buyers can see what we have found.
Because our Inspections are all performed to the CSA Groups CAN/CSA-A770-17 Home Inspection Standard, buyers can be assured there is no conflict in our reporting.
Because an Inspection is a snapshot in time, we also offer Buyers a confidence inspection, where we re-inspect the property, using the original report and CSA Standards, and confirm nothing has changed for worse.
This not only provides liability coverage to the Buyer but also any third-party warranties we may place on the home as part of the pre-listing inspection.