The idea of a pre-inspection on your home before you list it is becoming more popular these days. It seems more logical to the seller that the home inspection should be done at the front end of the process before their home is even listed. If there are issues with a home, why wait until the very end to find them? More and more homeowners are realizing that if there are problems with their home, they want to know about them before the buyer’s home inspector finds them, and possibly lose their buyer over it. The seller may not want to fix the problem themselves, but they know about it and can be prepared to deal with it when it comes up on the inspection.