Why Have An Inspection?

Buyers

Why should I have an Inspection?

An inspection of your new home will give you a complete evaluation of the condition of your property before you purchase it. We will examine the Plumbing, Heating, Electrical, Roofing and Structural components and determine where repairs might be needed.

When you submit an offer for a home, you should request a Home Inspection contingency. Most Home Contingencies allow 5 business days to complete the inspection. Call us immediately after the offer is accepted to schedule your appointment.

The advantage of having an inspection before you purchase your new home is that if we find some items that were definately in need of repair, you can request the repairs prior to closing, reduce the cost to purchase the home, ask for money back at closing or decide not to purchase the home. You could wind up saving yourself hundreds or even thousands of dollars by taking care of this in the beginning.

By learning about the home before purchasing it, you will have "Peace of Mind".

Sellers

Why should I have an Inspection of my house?

You as a potential seller must realize that the real estate market we live in today is quite different than years past. Real estate agents and their buyers are a lot more sophisticated in today's marketplace and the days of buying "as is" or "buyer beware" no longer exist. Therefore, in order for you to compete successfully in the sale of your home, you must do everything possible to make your home stand apart from the rest.

An inspection of your home will give you a complete evaluation of the condition of your property. We will examine the Plumbing, Heating, Electrical, Roofing and Structural components and determine where repairs might be needed. Sometimes when we live in a house for an extended period of time, the house becomes second nature to us and many items that need attention are overlooked.

When you get ready to list your house with your realtor, they will ask you a series of questions regarding the condition of your house. You must fill this out completely and with accuracy or problems could arise after the sale of your property if discrepancies are found. By having an inspection before hand, you can answer these concerns with no hesitation and complete accuracy.

Another advantage of having an inspection before you list your home is that if we find some items that were definately in need of repair, you could make the repairs and build the cost of the repairs back into the sale price of the home. You could wind up saving yourself hundreds or even thousands of dollars by taking care of this in the beginning.

Successfully marketing your home is the key to selling your home in today's marketplace. Having an advantage over an identical house in your area could be the difference in a quick sale versus a long drawn out affair. By having an inspection before you list your home, your Real Estate Agent will be able to market your property as a home with a potentially clean bill of health. One that will have an advantage over the house down the street that didn't have an inspection and one with many deficiencies found that have not been corrected. You make the choice. The house with the inspection, or the house without. Which would you buy?

 Have our State Licensed Inspectors perform your Home Inspection!


       

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