So, two people have decided to sell the exact same car. One slaps a sticker on it and places it on the market, as-is. The other, who valued their car as an investment, gives it a wash and takes it to a mechanic to get it checked out. Turns out it really needed a tune-up because the spark plugs were not firing properly so they had the problem fixed before listing the car for sale.

Which person is going to get more money for their car at the end of the day?

A home is also an investment but on a much larger scale. It's your choice, you can either have your home checked out by a qualified home inspector and choose to make repairs on your own timeframe within your own buget, or you can risk loosing money and time by waiting for the buyer's inspector to bring you a list of repairs and demands.

It is a proven fact, that sellers who list their houses after obtaining a pre-listing inspection make more money on the sale of their house and have less headaches in the negotiation process.

But, then again, if you don't care about your investment, then by all means don't hire us!