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Buyers Pre-Purchase Home Inspection
The most common of all the inspections that we are asked to complete, a buyer’s Pre-purchase home inspection is performed as part of a real estate purchase. It is conducted adhering to standards published by the State of Florida and the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. The goal of the inspection is to provide a report of all observable issues found in a home. This inspection is intended to provide status information so that the buyer can make a more informed decision. The second purpose of an inspection is education. Most everything that you purchase comes with an owner’s manual, except your house. A Professional Home Inspector with years of experience can inform and educate like no one else. You will have a whole new level of understanding of your home by the time this inspection is completed.
Seller’s Pre-Listing Home Inspection
If you are thinking about listing your home, it is important to understand that, eventually a buyer’s inspector will be examining your house. You can either let the buyer take control after their inspector provides his report or you can take control now. It allows you to see your home through the eyes of a neutral third-party. It helps you to price your home realistically. It helps validate your mandatory disclosure, decreases your liability and can relieve a prospect’s concerns and suspicions. It allows you to make repairs ahead of time so that items requiring attention won’t become negotiating stumbling blocks or deal breakers later, and you will have the time to get reasonably priced & competent contractors. It may alert you of items of immediate personal concern, such as a life / safety or active termite infestation.
11th. Month Warranty Inspection
New home buyers may not realize the importance of a builder warranty inspection. Or, if they already have a warranty that the warranty will usually expire within the first year after closing. Getting your home warranty inspection at the end of the one year expiration is your final opportunity to identify and inform your builder of any items that need to be repaired or replaced. Repairs including safety hazards should be documented by a professional home inspector like the knowledgeable inspectors at TruSpek Inspections before your home builder is relieved of his responsibility to you under the warranty period.
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