prospective home seller contacts an inspector for a home inspection, the inspector performs the Pre-Listing Inspection as usual. The seller pays the inspector but receives a refund if they
work with one of the participating agents in the inspector's service area. If there are no participating agents
in that area, the inspector can contact one using the “Broadcast to Agent” function on PreInspected.com to let them know that the inspector can send them clients if they pay for the Pre-Listing Inspection.
If the prospective buyer is already working with an agent, the inspector can get in touch with the agent and inform them about the benefits of a Seller's Pre-Listing Inspection for their client, and how they can get free leads from prospective buyers. Then, they can offer those prospective buyers a free Pre-Listing Inspection for their own home to help increase the chances of the agent acquiring them as new clients.
Inspectors can also offer the same service for Buyer's Pre-Purchase Inspections if the inspector contacts the prospective client before they hire an agent.
Pre-Listing Inspections offer a better experience for both sellers and agents by helping them sell houses faster and for more money. They allow inspectors to generate more work, with less marketing effort, booked well in advanced, and with less liability. It’s a win-win-win situation.
Marketing materials to advertise this service will become available soon. This service is exclusively for users of PreInspected.com. It will greatly increase conversion for both inspectors and the agents receiving the leads via the free downloads by prospective home buyers.
More information on this new program will be announced at InterNACHI's upcoming 2018 Professional Inspectors Convention in Atlantic City over April 29 – May 1, 2018.
Details for this new program are available on Pre-ListingInspection.com/free. Have questions? Contact PreInspected.com's CEO David Asselin at Support@PreInspected.com or