Buyers and Sellers Benefit From A Professional Home Inspection
What is a Home Inspection?
A Home inspection is a visual inspection of all systems and components in a home, from the shingles to the foundation. As a Professional Home Inspector, I have been trained to look at everything in the home to make sure that it is safe and in good working condition. If any deficiencies or safety conditions are found, they are brought to your attention and documented in the Inspection Report.
The Inspection Report
After a thorough inspection of the home, I can create a report for you. This report, along with color digital pictures, will detail any problem areas I found during the visual inspection of the home. It may also include recommendations on how to maintain the home.
What if there defects found?
Just because there may be some deficiencies found, it does not mean that home is a bad investment. The report is meant to make you aware of problems found that may go undetected. This allows you to make educated decisions on the potential investment they are about to make.
Why should I get an inspection?
Buying a home is one of the most expensive investments that can be made. Realtors recommend a professional home inspection to provide protection and peace of mind for both buyers and sellers.
A home inspector lends an objective view of a house. Buyers want to know that a home is both structurally and mechanically sound, free of health risks and generally safe. With a one time, thorough visual evaluation, I can provide you with knowledge about the home, including its systems and components; report on failures and deficiencies; as well as provide maintenance tips that will help protect the potential investment.
A pre-sale inspection is also a valuable marketing tool for sellers. It will provide a visual inspection inside and out, identifying and reporting possible deficiencies that must be disclosed to the potential buyer, and I can recommend repairs that would increase the marketability of the home.