When you chose to sell your home, you want the process to go as smoothly as possible.
A pre-listing inspection will address your home’s deficiencies and help you fully understand its current condition. This will allow you to take care of any issues found and will create a better negotiating environment.
Homes that have had a pre-listing home inspection often sell more quickly than those without one.
Buying a home can be stressful, and no home is perfect. Every home needs maintenance and knowing where you stand from the start can’t be overstated. Our goal is to provide an unbiased, objective evaluation of the home you are planning to buy.
A pre-purchase home inspection will help reduce the risk of unexpected and costly surprises. The information found in an inspection report can also provide valuable information for you to use during price negotiations. The home inspector will make you aware of any deficiencies or safety issues found and will provide you with recommendations for correcting deficiencies.
Not planning to sell? But you know that it is time to do some remodeling and repairs. Having a maintenance inspection is a great way to get a fresh pair of eyes on your home.
Maybe there are problems that exist and you have just lived with them. You might not be aware of further implications of the condition, or you don’t know where you should start.
By having a maintenance inspection done periodically you will have a comprehensive report that will inform your decisions.