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What Do You Need To Know Before You Buy a Property?

First Choice Inspections is here to help people just like you in the purchase of your home.

How do we help?

My system of home inspection will give you the comfort and knowledge you need during the home buying process. My services will help you understand the property you are considering, so you can make an informed purchase.

After an Inspection, You’ll Know Everything You Need to Know About the Property:

  • Exterior grounds, drainage and utility feeds to the property
  • The condition of the exterior finish and materials
  • Decks, patios, porches, stoops, sunrooms
  • Driveways, walkways and exterior stairs
  • The roof, gutters, downspouts, chimneys
  • Attic inspection
  • Interior electrical systems
  • Interior plumbing systems
  • Interior heating and cooling systems
  • Carpet, appliances, lighting, flooring and bath fixtures
  • The condition of wall and ceiling finishes
  • The structural integrity of the home
  • And many more too numerous to list here

Contact us today for home inspections of all types, residential and light commercial.

Why Would a Seller Want to Have a Home Inspection?

It’s not immediately obvious to many sellers why a Pre-Listing Home Inspection would be beneficial. One of the most compelling reasons is the comfort factor it gives potential buyers.

 A Pre-Listing Inspection Strengthens Your Position as a Seller.

By having an inspection before selling, you’re prepared for items that may show up during the buyer’s inspection. You can prevent extended negotiations if the repairs are made ahead of time. Fewer contingencies in the sales contract will undoubtedly make the closing much smoother.

By documenting the pre-listing condition of the home, you gain a legal advantage in the event you are sued for not disclosing problems with your home.

You’ll be able to negotiate from a much stronger position if you have an inspection report to compare against your buyer’s report. In many cases, if your report is provided by a Certified Inspector, the buyer will see no need to retain their own inspector. And of course, if we pre-inspect your home, we’ll always be available to answer questions the prospective buyer may have.

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