The real estate process is stressful enough, having a Pre-Listing Home Inspection is one way to make the transaction and your life a little smoother. Schedule your Pre-Listing Home Inspection today!
Why You Need A Pre-Listing Home Inspection:
A successful real estate transaction is a smooth transaction. Being aware of problems with your home can help you avoid the loss of a sale or the forcing of a drastic price decrease. With a Pre-Listing Inspection by Accolades Inspection Services LLC, a licensed Home Inspector will examine your property from top to bottom in an effort to identify visible problems. Issues that are found can be corrected or referred to a specialist for further evaluation, all before the home hits the market.
In North Carolina most residential real estate transactions require a seller to fill out a Residential Property and Owners Disclosure Form about the condition of the property. This legally binding document lets the buyer know of any conditions that affect the home. With a Pre-listing Home Inspection, the seller and their real estate agent can fill the disclosure form out with confidence and ease.
What Will Be Inspected:
During our home inspection, our licensed home inspector will inspect the following areas of the home for damage and defect:
Upon completion of the inspection you will be provided with a detailed, easy to read report, with pictures and a handy summary page. You will be able to continue the real estate process prepared with knowledge and awareness about your home.
Licensed and Insured!
Our inspectors are fully licensed by the state of North Carolina. We carry both General Liability and Professional Liability Insurance. Inspectors engage in continuous training and education to further their knowledge and stay on top of new technology and building practices.
We customize pricing to the size, age, and features of your home so you know you are only paying for what you need. Most Residential Home Inspections cost between $400 and $600. Contact Us for specific pricing and scheduling.