HOME BUYERS INSPECTION
Buyers inspections are the most common type of inspection in the United States. The persons purchasing the property hire an inspector to help identify major defects and other problems so they can make an informed decision about the building's condition and the expense of related repairs.
The pre-delivery inspection, which generally applies to newly built homes, is a real estate term that means the buyer has the option to inspect the property prior to closing or settlement. These inspections generally take place up to a week before a closing, and they generally allow buyers the first opportunity to inspect their new home. Additionally, the inspection is to ensure that all terms of the contract have been met, that the home is substantially completed, and that major items are in working order.
HOME SELLERS INSPECTION
A homeowner who is selling their house hires an inspector to identify problems with their house. We offer a Move In Certified report through interNACHI so there are no 11th hour surprises. The seller can elect to share the report with any potential buyers or to make any necessary repairs so the house is known to be in good condition encouraging a quick sale.
ELEVENTH MONTH INSPECTION
An 11th month inspection is an inspection of the new home before the warranty ends to discover any defects requiring warranty service. If we originally inspected your new built home we will perform this for FREE!