Move In Certified


What is Move in Certified™?

One  of the biggest hurdles in a real estate transaction can be the buyers  inspection. It’s at this time when the buyer and seller many times have  to re-negotiate terms and prices and deals potentially fall apart.

What  can we do to avoid this? If the home is inspected by the seller, prior  to listing the home, issues can be recognized and remedied or disclosed.  If the home is inspected or “pre-inspected” and found to have no major  deficiencies, I can certify the home as “What is Move in Certified™?

Consider  having your listed property pre inspected for a better experience  during the real estate transaction. Many sellers even print the report  and have it out for buyers to look at during walk a through or open  house. I can even provide a Move in Certified letter, on my  letterhead for marketing. I can have it professionally printed,  high-resolution, spiral bound, covered in book form for presentation at  your open house or for other marketing purposes for an added  $30  fee. The book really makes an impact.. This designation can smooth out   the sale process, and help a potential buyer feel more assured that the  property was inspected by a Certified Master Inspector, and ready to  safely move their family in. This designation is a real marketing asset  for homes in good condition.

What if the home does have some  major items or safety concerns? In this case, I can’t certify it as move  in certified, but items can be addressed or disclosed prior to listing  the home, just the same. Disclosed items aren’t surprise items, they are  considered to be part of the initial negotiated price and don’t come up  after the buyer has the home inspected. No surprises, means a smoother  inspection reaction. Don't be the seller that crosses their fingers or  thinks the inspector may miss an issue.

What is the  pre-inspection like? This inspection is exactly the same inspection I’d  do for a home buyer client. This way, everything that will come up,  certainly the big items, will be found by me, before the buyers  inspector even arrives. The report is the same report, the seller just  uses the knowledge to negotiate from a better position, knowledge is  power.

Consider having your listed property pre-inspected for a  better experience during the real estate transaction. Many sellers even  print the report and have it out for buyers to look at during a walk  through or open house. Below are the Pro's to having a home Move in  Certified™.

- Get top dollar based on the known condition of your home.

- Reduces nogotioations.

- Prevents Buyers remorse after the inspection discloses issues.

- Move In Certified  sign attracts buyers and discussions.