The truth is buyers place a very high value on knowing that a reputable, licensed, and insured professional has inspected your property. Pre-Purchase Inspections conducted after your contract has been signed may result in considerable discounting or even worse, your sale might collapse.
Providing a Pre-Sale Inspection Report right up front at listing gives your buyer a greater sense of confidence and certainty. Your transparency better protects your listing price and gives you a greater chance of more reliable offers which translate to a better selling price.
It also protects you long after settlement from the buyer making any claims that you misrepresented the property to them or concealed defects.