The Advantages of an AmeriSpec Home Inspection for Home Buyers
If you’re investing the kind of money it takes to buy a home, it really pays to choose a home inspector with a proven track record for accurate, precise and comprehensive results. A professional home inspection has to tell you everything you need to know about a home’s interior, exterior and major components.
A complete and thorough home inspection:
- Can confirm you’re making a smart buying decision
- Uncovers the repairs you’ll need to make or have made before you buy
- Provides information you wouldn’t otherwise know about your home
- Dramatically decreases the risk of nasty surprises after you’ve moved
The Advantages of an AmeriSpec Home Inspection for Sellers
Having your home inspected before putting it on the market lets you fully understand both its finest features and faults, while providing time to fix those faults. You can then increase your asking price with everything fixed or negotiate price leaving work to be done.
A complete and thorough home inspection before you sell:
- Helps the sale go faster and smoother
- Lets you see what needs to be fixed for maximum asking price
- Provides peace of mind regards the state of your house for yourself and your buyers
- Reduces the risk of unknowns that could negatively affect the sale
The Advantages of an AmeriSpec Home Inspection for Real Estate Agents
An AmeriSpec home inspection provides many advantages to real estate professionals by revealing important information and setting the stage for a smoother sales process.
Among the advantages are:
- Shorter listing time
- Less negotiating
- Higher sales volume
- Enhanced credibility
- Increased buyer confidence
The AmeriSpec Home Inspection Itself
AmeriSpec Home Inspection Service of Greater Vancouver is a franchisee of AmeriSpec of Canada. Our reputation is founded on expert delivery of the AmeriSpec Home Inspection. This is a visual inspection of more than 400 items including foundation, roof, structural components plus electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems.
A detailed home inspection is like a snapshot of your new home on the day of the inspection. AmeriSpec will spend on average between 2½ to 3 hours reviewing almost every area of your new home. Your inspector will test all readily accessible systems and components, utilizing normal operating controls, within the following areas:
When our inspectors test a component and it operates properly, it is noted as “serviceable”. If our home inspector cannot see something, nor test it, we will not report on it. Be sure to thoroughly review the seller’s disclosure statement regarding any known conditions that are important for potential buyers to be aware of.
We highly recommend that you attend the home inspection and accompany the inspector throughout the process. By attending the inspection, you can see much of what the inspector sees at the inspection and how we go about testing and reporting on various conditions and components.