If you are purchasing a property, having it inspected is an important part of the buying process. An inspection not only gives you peace of mind but can sometimes create an opportunity to renegotiate the terms of your purchase contract.
If you are selling a property, a pre-listing inspection is a great way to limit the buyer’s ability to renegotiate the purchase contract. Additionally, it can remove unspoken objections that prospective buyers might have.
You have the right to work with the inspector of your choosing. We are happy to collaborate with whoever you prefer. If you do not have a preferred inspector, we recommend working with one of the following:
TLC Home Inspections
Quality Home Inspections
No two home inspections will be exactly the same. Different inspectors will bring attention to various issues. That said, every inspector should identify major system issues with any property.
Additionally, an inspector may recommend engaging with an expert to further investigate possible issues they discover. For instance, your inspector may recommend contacting a foundation, plumbing, roofing, or electrical subject matter expert.