From a Buyers perspective: You’ve searched long and hard for a home worth purchasing. Make sure you select your home inspector just as carefully. I realize you are investing much of your savings into this home and I know you deserve the best home inspection you can get. Let me help you feel more confident about your decision to buy.
Your inspection should be more than a report with check boxes indicating “good, bad, or I don’t know.” You are paying to be educated by a professional about any potential defects, health and safety concerns, and needed maintenance issues. I will walk through the house with you and follow up with a report after. I will give you the details of each area of concern, why it is happening, what action should be taken, and if possible, approximate cost of repair. Going forward, you can always contact me for advice about repairs or maintenance.
From a Sellers perspective: List your property with confidence. You don’t want to lose a potential buyer because their private inspector found things wrong that you could have had repaired or replaced before you listed your property. Scheduling a home inspection before you list your home for sale is a great idea for people who are interested in closing quickly, with fewer surprises.