Are you preparing your home to place it on the market?

Most informed buyers will probably have a third-party inspection performed on your home before closing. An inspection will almost always reveal the need for some deficiencies to be corrected before the buyers move forward with purchasing the house. This could place you, as the seller, in a position to do some quick, hasty repairs to meet the time constraints of the sales contract, which could cost considerably more than if you had time to do the repairs in a leisurely manner.  Getting your home inspected before you put it on the market will help eliminate these kinds of surprises and could save you a lot of money on repair costs.

A pre-listing inspection is also a great sales tool. Having a pre-sale inspection will assure potential buyers that you are concerned about their interest in the transaction and will give them more confidence to complete the purchase.  This pre-listing inspection gives you the ability to list your home with confidence.

Buyer Inspection

Purchasing a new home can be one of the largest investments most people will make in their lifetime. Having an unbiased, third-party home inspection can bring perspective and peace of mind to the process. A well-trained, experienced home inspector can save potential home buyers literally thousands of dollars in repair costs for deficiencies in the home that were either not disclosed or not evident.

I encourage buyers to accompany me on the inspection and to ask questions as we move through the inspection process. This enables me to familiarize you with the house and educate you on the operations and maintenance issues of the various systems in the house.

My property inspection reports are thorough, clear, and concise, with digital photos for added clarity. Reports are delivered within 24 hours and, in most cases, the same day and are emailed to the client in PDF format for fast, easy delivery, printing, and storage.  After the inspection, we remain available for any questions or follow-up that may be required.

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One-Year Home Inspection

Don't get stuck with costly repairs.  Before your one-year warranty on your new home expires, get a home inspection.  We often catch many things the contractor is responsible for repairing at no cost to you.  Along with peace of mind that your investment is more secure, you can know that your home is in good repair and safe for your family. 

Pre-Listing Inspection

Phase Inspections

When building a new home, you expect quality, but may have your focus on the finished project.  Doing phase inspections during this process will ensure that your home is what you want it to be from the inside out.  With my 25+ years of experience with new construction and remodeling, together we can make sure your investment is held to the highest standard. 

I can make recommendations, or you can choose the phases of your build you want inspected.  


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