Buying a Home can be one of the largest and most important purchases of your life. Whether a homestead or an investment property, you want the most out of your purchase. Finding out every detail of the property you want helps you and your realtor negotiate a fair price and it also gives you the peace of mind knowing that there are no surprises. Be sure to book your inspection before your option period ends!
Selling a Home is a process that you want to get right the first time. Typically, the longer it takes to sell a home, the more the price on that home drops. One major reason that keeps homes from selling quickly is the discovery of deficiencies. The longer it takes to repair deficiencies, find contractors, or negotiate prices equals longer and longer closing times. Get ahead of the discovery process and have your property inspected before you list it!
1-Year Warranty inspections are vital to making use of the warranty at all. If you have a 1-year warranty on your home, then have the home inspected during the 11th month. Not all deficiencies will be readily noticeable to the inhabitants of a home. If the deficiencies are not detected before the warranty ends, then the cost to fix them is in your hands instead of the builder's. Make the most out of your 1-year warranty before it's too late!