Traditionally in real estate, a buyer makes an offer and has an inspection done on your home. If you get a pre-inspection on your home before listing, it probably won’t take the place of the buyer’s inspection, but it will allow you to get out ahead of problems with your home. If you know what you’re up against, you can adjust the price accordingly, or make the repairs yourself and know that there’s nothing wrong with your home before you put it on the market. The fewer rounds of negotiation, the more money goes in your pocket. To learn why, watch this short video.