Certified pre-inspected homes



Certified Pre-Inspected Homes


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"Whomever gets the First Inspection... WINS!"

Sell your home Faster, for more money, with less aggravation.

With the "Sellers Advantage"

This program is designed to give Sellers & Listing Agents the advantage when marketing their home.

You can wait for the home buyers inspection like many home sellers do . Or you can be proactive by taking control of that vulnerability up front.

Here are a few compelling reasons for you, the home seller, to invest in a professional inspection before listing your home.

It's a powerful tool for marketing your home.

Gain the advantage, Sellers inspections are a proactive approach:

Sellers program features
Free Termite Inspection.        Free AHS 120 day warranty. Free public report posting.        
Certificate of inspection. 
Lifetime inspector consultation

1.     Puts you a cut above the market competition.

2.     Great sale feature to provide the buyer.

3.     Eliminates buyer doubts, instill confidence.

4.        Substantial overall benefits to the seller.

5.        The computer generated easy to follow, color report is a credible, professional sales tool.

6.        All certified pre-inspected home reports are posted to the web and accessible to whomever you choose.

Take control of the sale up front. Gain the selling edge.

A Sellers inspection will virtually eliminate all the hassles a buyer’s inspection causes:

Example report

1.        No more renegotiations.

2.        No more deals that fall through when the inspector finds a problem.

3.        No more does the Seller have to deal with inflated repair estimates that costs extra money or even  worse, Escrow deductions at closing.

4.        No more will you spend countless hours and dollars in energy and advertising to save a contract that is "blown out of the water" by surprise defects.

5.        Many buyers will waive the inspection contingency altogether when buying a certified pre-inspected home.

Eliminate the fear of the unknown, No last minute surprises.

To be fore-warned is to be fore-armed.

Knowing what defects are present at the initial listing creates enormous benefits:

1.        It will allow You to decide what items should be fixed and what should not.

2.        It will help substantiate your asking price.

3.        It will show buyers your good faith effort and attempt at honest disclosure.

4.        It will help protect the seller by relegating disclosure liabilities to the home inspector.

5.       It will allow the Seller to shop around for the best price to repair (not an inflated price that a Buyer would use for “round two” contingency negotiations.)

6.        It streamlines the process.

A stitch in time saves nine.

How easy is selling a house with a Sellers Inspection?
When you decide to market your home, a sellers inspection is performed. If significant damage or defects are found, there may be disappointment, but no hysteria or regret. No deal about to go sour. You can now determine if you want to do any repairs that will help expedite the sale. If you correct any problem areas you may call for a re-inspection of these items free of charge. The Inspector returns, cleans up the report, and provides a revised report to you certifying that these items have been professionally corrected.. Next, When you buyer enters a contract agreement with you, they may choose to accept the completed inspection or, they may have another inspection performed at their expense. Either way, your covered.  No major problems or surprises will be found at a buyer’s post inspection. The transaction proceeds just as you planned.

Also see video: Seller beware~ top 5 issues discovered by home inspectors

Frequently asked questions.

Q. Why should I spent the money on a home inspection when it’s for the buyer ?
A. You are providing it as a courtesy to the buyer, but it is to the benefit of the seller first & foremost.

1.        The future Buyer will bring in a home inspector and will comb through your home and list defects or problems, which may lead to inflated estimates and cause renegotiations or anxiety that can lead to termination of contracts.

2.        Your report will be available for review. This will help sell the home more efficiently, increase interest and will stand out among other listings.

3.        Also, help them to realize their option to correct any problems, and have a re-inspection to remove those problems that were corrected, and revise the report.

4.        Above all, a Sellers Inspection is the ultimate gesture of full disclosure and will help protect all parties.

Q. Are sellers inspections just as thorough as a buyers inspection?
A. Yes. It has to be in order to eliminate surprises later.  An inspection is only as good as the inspector. An inspector who wants business, not lawsuits, will perform a detailed, thorough and unbiased inspection with integrity.

Q. But my new listing is "clean" and has no problems so I do not need a Sellers Inspection?
A. It is great that your listing has no problems but the buyer doesn’t know that. An inspection reveals all things including good features. This will confirm what you already know and help get the house sold fast!

Q. Is the home inspection transferable from the Seller to the Buyer?
A. The home inspection should reveal the condition of the home at the time it was inspected. Components and materials age and can fail at any time. The information is naturally transferable to anyone who reads it. There is no warranty or guarantee and components will fail regardless of whether or not a home inspection was performed with the Seller or the Buyer. If the listing ages before the buyer comes along, the buyer can elect to have a fresh inspection at the normal cost. A re-inspect is only to inspect any items that were repaired.

 Q. What does the home inspector look at ?

A. The inspector closely examines all the homes primary systems looking for significant defects that may affect the value, health or safety of the property. Inspections do not usually cover typical cosmetics. Inspections are also subjective to the type and age of property. In other words some old houses have old things, new houses have new things. A property does not fail because it is old and does not pass because it is new.  Primary systems include: Roof, Structure, Foundation, Plumbing, Heat, Fireplace, AC, Interior, Appliances, Insulation, Exterior walls, windows, doors, garage.  Inspectors will open electric panels, and access attic and crawlspaces.

 Q. My home is  new or has been remodeled with new equipment so why would I need an inspection?

A.  Many significant defects have been revealed on brand new homes and newly installed equipment or systems. Just because it is new does not mean it is OK. It may be too new to have been discovered yet. All construction and equipment is subject to human error and defects especially new construction and upgrades.  There are many cases where defects discovered on older homes originate from when it was “new construction”. These defects can range from builder shortcuts, sub-contractor oversights, and manufacturer defects. Often times these defects are unknown to anyone until they are discovered. Many have been repaired for free under class action suites, Insurance claims manufacture warranties, or contractor guarantees.  

Q. How long does it take and how much does it cost?

A. Each home is different and it depends on the square feet and condition. The average home inspection takes about 2-3 hours and average cost is between $350 - $450.

 Q. What's my next step?
A. Call your home inspector and talk to them.  Ask questions. Set up an appointment for an inspector to come visit your home.

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Final Analysis Home Inspections



You'll get a comprehensive report that is easy to understand. Everything identified during the inspection will be included in the report.

Informed with the information our report will provide, you can now make your decision with confidence.

See a sample inspection report

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