I have a great idea and want to see if my thinking is correct. I have an upcoming meeting with the local agent association and would like roll it out there.
Currently the competition in the area is not marketing the Buy Back program, nor the MIC.
I have been waiting for this meeting to fully introduce the Buy Back program.
What I want to do.
I do the MIC or sellers inspection. Paid for by the seller of course.
Bundle with that with a follow up with the buyer. Since the meat of the inspection was done, It would be a verification that nothing has changed. Add changes or repairs to the report for the buyer if any exist. Should be able to do this at a reduced price for the buyer, but only if I performed the original inspection. Doing this would offer service from start to finish.
If I do this, the report would then be the buyer’s report and would qualify for the buy back, correct?
Let me know your thoughts