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Supports Vendor Obligations


A pre-purchase home inspection helps to show an agent's good faith and effort to protect the vendor's interest in terms of their legal obligation to disclose the condition of the house. Such disclosure before the sale helps to reduce the possibility of litigation afterward. In some areas a pre-listing inspection is becoming popular as a way of helping the vendors to identify necessary repairs in advance. This allows them to prepare their property and set an equitable price for a quicker and smoother sale.