Home Sellers Inspection

You need to know what inspectors hired by potential buyers will find when they inspect your home.

Canyon State Property Inspections only has highly experience home inspectors that have each conducted over 3,000 home inspections.

This information is helpful in several ways. A presale home sellers inspection will eliminate last minute surprises that can cause the deal to fall apart. A Home Sellers Inspection will help you accurately disclose the property’s condition to potential buyers you, will more likely receive realistic offers and the deal will close with fewer problems.

Properties with fewer unanswered questions will often sell faster. Surprises that arise after the buyer makes an offer often lead to delays and price renegotiation.

Almost all homes have defects that buyers will want the sellers to correct prior to the close of escrow. When you know those defects in advance through your home sellers inspection, you can get repair estimates from contractors and provide that information to the buyers. You may wish to have some of the items repaired prior to listing the property for sale. A defect disclosure that is accompanied by a “cost to correct” provided by a reputable contractor can defuse a problem before it occurs. The unknown possible cost always appears more threatening and risky than a known expense.

The buyers may still wish to retain their own inspector to examine your property. We prefer to meet the buyers and to explain our report to them personally. A written report alone may appear much more negative than a report which is explained personally by the inspector.

We have a special offer for anyone to whom you provide a copy of our inspection report. We will return to the property and describe our findings personally for a minimum fee of $100. The buyers usually pays this additional fee. We have found that buyers are more likely to feel confident about the information in our report once they have met the inspector, toured the property, and have had the opportunity to ask their own questions.

Full disclosure is always the best policy for all parties involved in a real estate transaction.

It is to your advantage to obtain a high-quality home sellers inspection on your property. An inadequate inspection provided by an inexperienced or untrained inspector can produce expensive problems for both you and your buyer.  To prevent this problem please contact Canyon State Property Inspections to conduct your home sellers inspection before you put your for sale sign up in your yard.


We provide our clients with the knowledge they need to fully understand the workmanship, condition and safety of their home.


Call (480) 699-1651 to schedule your Home Sellers Inspection, or click on the Schedule Your Inspection link a above 


Note: Structures not connected to the house are considered a detached structure and are not part of the Home Sellers Inspection unless specifically requested to be inspected.