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Below is a list of the 5 ways to get the most out of your home inspection:
1- Hire an experienced home inspector from a professional company.
2- Attend the inspection.
3- Read the entire report, not just the summary.
4- Get quotes from a licensed contractor for repairs
5- Work with your Realtor
Know what you are buying and be confident in your home purchase..
Many Sellers don’t want to spend any money when listing their homes and they often think there are no defects within their home. But ask them… “When was the last time you walked on your roof, crawled through your attic, took the cover off your electrical panel, or looked at the coils in your A/C system… are you sure there are no defects?”
Here are 4 reasons how a Seller can actually SAVE MONEY BY SPENDING MONEY on a pre-listing inspection.
1- Save money on repairs
2- Avoid delays in closing
3- Reduce or eliminate last-minute negotiations on price or repairs
4- Get top dollar for the home
Being able to advertise the house has been inspected and is in move-in ready condition helps attract buyers and gives them peace of mind they are getting a sound home. Bringing in top dollar for a house. Sometimes buyers even waive their rights to have the home inspected if it has already been inspected, saving them money and eliminating any last-minute price negotiations.
BUILDERS & CODE INSPECTORS DON'T FIND EVERYTHING...
1 - Missing insulation in portions of attic and other areas
2 - Incorrectly wired electrical outlets
9 - Slab lippage, where the slab extends beyond the exterior wall
10 - Garage door safety function not working properly
(That you won’t see, and Sellers often don’t know exist)
When you are searching for a new home you aren’t climbing on the roof or through the attic or checking that all the appliances and electrical outlets work. But our inspectors check more than 300+ items in a typical home. Below are just a few of the issues that we often find during an inspection. Many of which a home owner living in the house didn’t even know were a problem.
1. Torn Duct Work in attic- Repairing or replacing the ducts can be costly but this problem can cause higher energy bills, overwork the system, distribute debris/dust from attic into home and clog up the filter.
Below is a pre-inspection checklist of simple things to be completed prior to a home inspection, which can be printed off and shared. These simple items are easy to do, but are a lot of times forgotten about.
Save yourself time and stress by completing these simple tasks before your home is inspected.
Mobile homes receive the same thorough and detailed inspection as our standard home inspection. However, with mobile homes we also provide a specialty crawlspace inspection.
Additionally, we include a FREE infrared inspection of the interior of the home.
Items examined during crawlspace inspection:
Save valuable time,
After a home inspection, often agents or buyers spend hours scheduling contractors, gathering quotes for repairs and sometimes renegotiating the sale price. We understand this can be stressful and even jeopardize the home purchase.
We can provide actual repair costs for deficiencies found from a national company which guarantee the price for
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Hope Home Inspections had a wonderful 2018 and would like to give a big thank you to our awesome agents who made this year so great. Without your continued support and usage of our company we would not have been able to accomplish this truly amazing things this past year. We look forward to the new year and to continuing to work with such amazing people.
Here We Come 2019!