· Sellers can schedule the inspections at seller's convenience with little effort on the part of agents.
· Sellers can assist inspectors during the inspections, something normally not done during buyer's inspections.
· Sellers can have inspectors correct any misstatements in the reports before they are generated.
· The reports help sellers see their homes through the eyes of a critical, third-party, thus making sellers more realistic about asking price.
· Agents are alerted to any immediate safety issues found, before other agents and potential buyers tour the home.
· Repairs made ahead of time might make homes show better.
· Reports hosted online entice potential buyers to tour the homes.
· The reports provide third-party, unbiased opinions to offer to potential buyers.
· Clean reports can be used as marketing tools to help sell the homes.
· The reports might relieve prospective buyer's unfounded suspicions, before they walk away.
· Seller inspections eliminate buyer's remorse that sometimes occurs just after an inspection.
· Seller inspections reduce the need for negotiations and 11th-hour renegotiations.
· Seller inspections relieve the agent of having to hurriedly procure repair estimates or schedule repairs.
· The reports might encourage buyers to waive their inspection contingencies.
· Deals are less likely to fall apart the way they often do when buyer's inspections unexpectedly reveal problems, last minute.
· Reports provide full-disclosure protection from future legal claims.