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Pre-Listing Seller’s Inspections
Pre-Listing Seller’s Inspection
This type of inspection is typically conducted prior to putting the house on the market. The report provides information about the house to the seller and can help them prepare the house for sale. The seller can decide to provide this inspection report to prospective buyers who are hungry for listings that are clear and transparent. Take the unknown out of your listing. Attract bigger and better offers from a larger pool of qualified buyers. Protect yourself from future litigation and buyer’s remorse after the sale.
Seller’s Pre-Listing Home Inspections benefits may include:
GET OFFERS FASTER!
Having the property inspected before going on the market means potential buyers are more confident in their purchase, often inspiring an offer quicker than having to wait for an inspection.
DEAL WITH ISSUES EARLY
Should any concerns be found during the inspection, it gives the seller enough time to find adequate, affordable remedies to correct any problems in advance and avoid haggling with a prospective buyer. Less stress and save money on repairs!
SELLERS WANT A FAIR OR BEST PRICE FOR THE HOME
A home inspection is an objective, visual analysis of the structure and systems of a home. An inspection will determine the areas of a home that are not performing correctly and the items that are beyond their useful life or are unsafe. The inspection includes areas of the home’s interior and exterior – from the roof to the foundation and the exterior drainage and retaining walls. If any issues or symptoms are found, we may recommend appropriate further evaluation.
A Home Inspection Report binder on your table and a “Pre-Inspected” yard sign during the listing period will be a welcome site for a buyers.
PRE-LISTING SELLER’S INSPECTION REPORT
Our on-site generated home inspection reports are easy to read and understand and include color photos. After we complete the inspection the inspector will go through the report in detail with you and provide a full walk-through of the house. Click on the button to download a sample report.
OTHER TYPES OF INSPECTIONS
A person who is interested in purchasing a property wants to learn more about the house to make an informed buying decision. The report provides them with an objective, visual analysis of the structure and systems of a home and determines things that are not performing correctly and the items that are beyond their useful life or are unsafe.
New Construction Inspections
Having a third party professional such as a home inspector go through your new house in detail prior to close is a must. This inspection can identify minor or major items that should be addressed with the builder. Feel confident that you are doing all you can to ensure perfection in your new house!
One-Year Builder’s Warranty Inspection
The sale of a newly constructed home typically includes a one-year warranty in which the builder is obligated to correct any problems encountered within the first year of ownership. It is wise to have a professional home inspection performed before the one-year warranty expires, one or two months before the expiration date, so you know exactly what needs to be corrected.
Did you buy a house without an inspection and now you want to know what you bought? Having an inspection post-close is becoming more and more common in this market. Learn about the condition of your new home, what requires maintenance or may need some updating in the future. A post-close inspection is a must for those who want to be “in the know” when it comes to their new home.
This type of inspection is an option for buyers who still want all the information about that prospective new home, but are not interested in re-opening negotiations between themselves and the seller.
Commercial Building Inspections
We inspect a full range of building types, including, but not limited to: Office Buildings, Warehouses, Manufacturing, Strip Malls, Restaurant/Retail Shops, Apartment buildings/multifamily dwellings, and Churches
Radon Testing & Mold Inspections
We can test for Radon, an odorless gas that is prevalent in our area and is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer.
A mold test will determine if there is a health risk to occupants and the inspector will identify potential sources or areas of concern.