Home Buyers Inspection is a visual examination of over 200 elements and major systems in the house from the roof to the basement.
- The inspection and written report give a client an essential knowledge of the home’s physical condition.
- The written report will be delivered to the client electronically within 48 hours
Advantages to the Home Buyer:
- A quality home inspection can reveal critical information about the condition of a home and its systems. This makes the buyer aware of what costs, repairs and maintenance the home may require immediately, and over time
- A home inspection can detect safety issues like radon, carbon monoxide, and mold
- Home inspections are even more critical if you are buying an “as-is” foreclosed property or short sale. Dwellings that have been boarded often develop hazardous mold problems, which are costly to remedy and pose health concerns
- The home inspection report presents an opportunity to ask for repairs and/or request a price reduction or credit from the seller.
- If the problems are too significant or too expensive to fix, you can choose to walk away from the purchase, as long as the purchase contract has an inspection contingency.
- Home inspections can help buyers identify how much additional money or effort they are willing and able to spend to take the home to a condition that is personally acceptable.
- For the first-time buyers the home inspector is a valuable educational resource who can suggest specific tips on how to maintain the home, make it as safe as possible and ultimately save you thousands of dollars in the long term.
The written report will INCLUDE the following systems:
The Buyers and Real estate agents are encouraged to attend the inspection.