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I will inspect your home from top to bottom, attic to crawl space, inside and out. I am willing to go beyond the report to provide answers to your questions, therefore eliminating any surprises.
A complete inspection includes the site, surface drainage, exterior, structural components, foundation and support, roof and attic, insulation and ventilation, plumbing, electrical, heating and AC systems, garage, kitchen, bathroom, appliances, interior and windows, and doors.
Doing a home inspection before you put it on the market can help you identify any problems that could potentially derail a sale at closing.
Having a home inspection prior to listing can offer several benefits and can help you get the maximum selling price for your home.
A Pre-Listing Seller Inspection:
-Identifies possible deal killers ahead of time.
-Gives you time to fix problems that could delay or kill the sale.
-Eliminates bargaining points.
-Increases the value of your home.
-Less allowances for items needing repair.
New Construction Home Inspection
With new construction, the problems are much different than existing homes.
Problems found in new home construction are usually incomplete work like rooms with no ducting or missing caulk. You might find Imperfect or sloppy workmanship that could be due to contractor delay and rushing to catch up, or materials being exposed to rain and other elements before the home is closed in.
Damaged systems and finishes can happen when subcontractors stack or store their items in an area that is currently under construction, and missing gutters or attic insulation can cause you problems down the road.
By being proactive and identifying problems before closing on your loan, you will have leverage with the builder to fix the home before you move in, rather than waiting for the company to “get around to it” after you take possession of the home.