Selling your home?
Sell it faster with a HomeSafe Pre-Sale Inspection.

Couple selling home A home inspection isn't just for the buyer. More and more home sellers today recognize the advantage of having their home inspected before putting it on the market. And HomeSafe Inspection offers the most advanced pre-sale infrared home inspection available in the world.

In many cases, an infrared home inspection from HomeSafe gives the home seller a clear marketing advantage: the ability to declare the house "problem-free" by knowing in advance what the problems are and making repairs before the house goes up for sale. That means you can sell the house faster and closer to the listing price.

Even if you choose not to make repairs, a pre-sale home inspection will still pay off for you. Knowing the problems in advance allows you to disclose these problems during the negotiation process and create an atmosphere of mutual trust between you and the buyer. In addition, a pre-sale home inspection from HomeSafe can reduce the threat of costly litigation after the sale is made.

The more everyone knows up-front, the smoother and faster the sale will move!

If you're selling your home, consider a HomeSafe Pre-Sale Inspection to speed up the sale and smooth out the disclosure issues!

HomeSafe Inspection has franchises and licensed users operating or soon to open in nearly 20 states. Click on the "Locate an Inspector" icon to find an inspector in your area.

Call HomeSafe's corporate office at (866) 327-7233.


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