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Why You Need a Home Inspection

Whether you’re buying or selling, you need a home inspection.

You’re a Buyer

Buying a home is one of your life’s major decisions.  Not just because you’re imagining a different life in a different place but also because you’re likely making the single largest investment of your life.  You need to be as informed and educated as possible. A home inspection is the best investment you will ever make before settlement.

Our home inspection helps you learn about the home you’re buying, gives you confidence to address potential concerns, and delivers peace of mind about your new investment.

Our home inspection gives you a comprehensive understanding of the condition of the property across a dozen major categories: Exterior, Roof, Structure, Water Control Systems, Insulation and Ventilation, Interior, Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing, Fuel Services, Appliances and Environmental Systems.

Our home inspection also gives you information about the types of maintenance required to keep the home in good shape and all major systems operating smoothly.

After spending two hours with an inspector, followed by a digital report with dozens of high-resolution photos and commentary, you will have a much better understanding of the property you intend to purchase.

You’re a Seller

Ask your agent, selling a home is a challenge. You’re working closely with your agent to put forward your best listing.  You’re also interested in required repairs or upgrades that can help to expedite the sale of your home. But you’re not just selling your home, you’re competing with other home sellers. Even in a market with rising prices, buyers still have the advantage: if they don’t buy your home, there are more homes available down the street or across town.

A home inspection helps you to address issues prior to selling your home, prepare your home for its best showing, and ensure a successful home sale.

If you intend to put your house on the market, consider a pre-listing home inspection, which identifies items that inevitably will be identified by a buyer’s inspection. If you’re listing your house, a listing with a home inspection signals to buyers that you’ve developed an effective negotiation position because you’ve already proactively inspected the property and have considered and priced required repairs.