Are you buying or selling a home?
The biggest investment in your life will be your home. Buying a house without a good home inspection is a roll of the dice. Without an impartial inspection, you have so much less information to determine if you are buying a quality home or a money pit. When buying a used car, do you buy it without a test drive?
Buying a home?
We provide pre-home inspections for detached, townhouses, or condo residential homes. We understand that the housing market today is difficult in that fluctuations in prices occur and in times of inflationary circumstances, some people cannot have a home inspection done before purchasing the house they want. But this should not prevent families from getting a pre-home inspection to find safety issues, plan for future renovations, and not be surprised when problems arise.
Saving you money in the end
The power of a home inspection is finding issues you are not aware of and going back to the seller to renegotiate the selling price lower to offset future repair bills or provide the seller with the option to repair items before you move in. You have other options such as concessions or offering closing costs credit.
Selling a home?
A pre-listing inspection makes your house more attractive and gives potential buyers more assurance about the house you are selling. It tells everyone that you have nothing to hide, and also gives buyers a blueprint for potential renovations because many buyers already want to renovate the house to tailor it to their personal preferences.
Don't be surprised by a potential buyer when they come back to you with a list of issues they found from a home inspector.
With either a pre-home or pre-listing home inspection, our fees are reasonable. There are no hidden costs. No extra charge for weekend inspections, and no extra costs for IR thermal inspections. Please check our fees chart.
To-Do Checklist for Moving into your new Home
Check out our top 10 move-in actions new homeowners of older houses should do after they move in. This checklist range from electrical, plumbing, and fire safety.
Download the PDF copy here.