​Anyone who has or is currently going through the process of selling their home knows what a stressful thing it can be.  Perhaps you have a long list of things to do to the property to have it in good shape to sell. 
You will be, no doubt, aware that a prospective buyer will want to have a home inspection performed on your home to make sure it is in good order.  But, what will happen if the inspection report shows up a problem you were unaware of? Surely it would be best if you were the first to find out about any problems with your home.
This is when having a pre-listing inspection performed is a wise option.  “What is a pre-listing inspection?” you might ask.  The following brief video will give you a better idea of what this is and why it is such a good idea if you are selling your home.