Our inspection is intended to inform the buyer of the condition of the structure. At the end of the inspection, we will perform a final evaluation of the property and point out any compromised components or potential hazards that may exist. The inspector will help you understand the source of deficiencies and provide recommendations about making repairs. Upon completion of the inspection, you will have the information you need to help make an informative decision. All home inspections are performed to the standards of practice of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI).
Sometimes changes in the property occur without the homeowner noticing them. It’s to your advantage to address any problems that a buyer’s inspector may find during their inspection. The advantages of a pre-listing inspection include:
- Home analysis from an experienced inspector
- Discovery of unknown health and safety hazards
- Faster selling process
- More time to find a qualified contractor to make repairs
- Increased buyer comfort on purchasing your home
- Head off any problems in the negotiation process
- Establishing a fair selling price
The purpose of the inspection is to report the general condition of visible portions of the primary buildings and to inform the client of any major visible deficiencies as they exist at the time of the inspection.
Accurate Home Inspections recommends a pre-listing inspection when selling your home. Please call (952) 974-8293 to schedule your inspection today.