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Buyers of New & Existing Homes | Sellers of New & Existing Homes | Commercial & Industrial Properties along the Emerald Coast of Northwest , Florida
One of the steps that is most common in the process of buying a home is the home inspection. Home inspections are ordered and paid for by the buyer and are typically done within the first 2 weeks of a signed contract. A thorough home inspection prior to buying any house is the best prevention against having to pay for major repairs after your purchase.
Let the home inspection be a positive step in the process of any real estate purchase.
Purchasing a pre-inspection report is a preemptive way to ensure that the selling process does not get stalled or a worse case would be that the sale falls apart. These inspections are well worth the money in order to let your house sail thru the buyer’s own inspection. My preemptive inspection will eliminate the worry of what the buyer’s inspector might find. I will look closely at every aspect of a house, from its plumbing and electrical systems to items such as functioning of appliances, in order to be sure everything is working properly.
You are a business person in the due diligence portion of buying commercial or industrial property. You need to enter into transaction negotiations with as much power in your possession as possible. In a negotiation, knowledge and documentation are power. Gathering this information is a process where the inspection report helps play a key role. The due diligence provided by an inspection report will vary, sometimes substantially, with the nature of the transaction. Variables may include building age, type, use and location. Although you - the investor - must make the final decision on what services will be supplied The expertise of the inspection report in providing advice and insight may be crucial.