HOME INSPECTIONSThe Most Common Types Of Home Inspections
If you are considering selling your home, then the Pre-Listing Inspection may be for you especially on an older home. By performing the Pre-Listing Inspection, any issues you may not be aware of can be repaired or noted on the form 17. To avoid any potential surprises, we highly recommend a complete home inspection prior to you listing the property with a realtor to ensure that your home is completely ready.
This is the most common type of home inspection, the Pre-Purchase Inspection,where you are currently involved in the purchase of a home and a complete home inspection is ordered as a contingency to the sale. Ideal Inspection Services provides reliable and comprehensive home inspections for all single family homes.
If your home came with a one-year home warranty or you purchased a home warranty, you should consider having an inspection to determine if any repairs are needed prior to its expiration. The warranty inspection will help identify any issues that could be covered by your warranty program in order for the builder or warranty company to repair under the warranty parameters. Give yourself peace of mind!
PRE-LISTING HOME INSPECTIONS
If you are considering, or, are in the process of selling your home then you should consider a Pre-Listing Home Inspection to help ensure that your property does not possess unknown critical deficiencies that could jeopardize your eventual sale.
Many mortgage lenders require home inspections to determine the condition of the property. In the event that a major issue with the property are discovered the lender and eventual homeowner will require those issues to be repaired prior to the closing. This can be a potential deal breaker and could cause undue delays in closing times.
A Pre-Listing Home Inspection may be the best investment decision you can make when considering the sale of your home. The low cost of the inspection will alert you to the potential problems that could prevent an agent from listing and selling your property.
PRE-PURCHASE HOME INSPECTIONS
If you are considering, or, are in the process of purchasing a home then you should consider a Pre-Purchase Home Inspection to help ensure that the property does not possess any unknown critical deficiencies that could jeopardize one of the most important investments, the purchase of a home.
Many mortgage lenders require home inspections to determine the condition of the property. In the event that major issues with the property’s structure are discovered then the lender and eventual homeowner will require those issues to be repaired prior to the close of escrow. This can be a potential deal breaker and could cause undue delays in closing times.
A Pre-Purchase Home Inspection is be the best investment decision you can make when considering the purchase of a new home. The low cost of the inspection will alert you to any potential problems with the home.
HOME WARRANTY INSPECTIONS
If your home is currently under warranty and that warranty is about to expire, you should consider a warranty inspection. This will help any potential deficiencies on items covered under your warranty and allow you to have them repaired while your warranty is still in force.
The Home Warranty Inspection brings peace of mind to homeowners in the same way that the home warranty itself does. However, when that warranty expires, the homeowner may already have unknown appliance issues, roofing issues, foundation issues and other unforeseen problems that could potentially cost of thousands of dollars to correct.
A Home Warranty Inspection is conducted in the same fashion as a pre-purchase or pre-listing inspection and is designed to alert the homeowner of existing issues that could be covered by their home warranty prior to its expiration.