The purchase of a home is typically the largest single investment an individual will make in his or her lifetime. Before buying a home numerous factors need to be considered – cost, location, condition, style, quality of life, school systems, distance to work, etc, etc. All of these can lead to a lot of stress and uncertainty. Let us help you reduce that level of stress. A home inspection is now one of the principal components in the home purchase process. For the buyer, it provides tangible and worthwhile information to help make a final purchase decision.
What about selling your home? More and more home sellers are opting to have their house inspected before putting it up for sale (often called “Pre-Sale Inspections“). While professional home inspections are not a new concept, the idea of having an inspection done prior to listing is gaining wide acceptance in both hot and soft real estate markets. After all, why wait until there is a contract on the line to find out if there are any significant defects in the home?
Real Estate Agents
It is no great surprise that a majority of home buyers turn first to their Realtor for a recommendation of a qualified home inspector. Who you recommend is important in several ways other than the obvious one of ensuring a thorough inspection. Ask yourself: