No home is perfect, every home has some issues, even new homes. This makes a home inspection an important part of the home-buying process. So, long before you make settlement on a home, you should have the home checked out by a professional home inspector. And, it should be included in your purchase and sale agreement as a condition of closing the sale.
Sellers Pre-Listing Inspections
Have your home inspected before placing it on the market: Pre-inspections are becoming more and more popular with today's sellers. A. T. Martin Home Inspections will evaluate your home's major systems (electrical, plumbing, heating, cooling, roof, etc). By having this prior knowledge, sellers have the chance to make repairs or modifications on their own terms and can alleviate any issues that may come up during a buyers inspection. Nobody's home is perfect, yet sellers are often blindsided by demands for costly repairs they didn't anticipate on systems they have never had issues with. Often times they feel stuck after possibly agreeing on a purchase price of less than they originally asked, then after having their home off the open market for 10-20 days once it's under contract being asked to make costly repairs or reduce the price even more. On the positive side, if systems show up as being in good working order after a pre-inspection, sellers can use this information as a marketing tool.
New construction inspections are designed for new homes that have never been lived in. Since various sub contractors have been involved in the construction process of a new home, there is the possibility that mistakes have been made or 'short cuts' have been taken along the way. A new-construction inspection provides you with an unbiased review by the inspector who acts as an objective and knowledgeable observer on your behalf to identify construction-related, and installation-related issues with home systems and structures.
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The 90-Day Warranty comes with your home inspection. This warranty is valid 90 days from the date of inspection or 22 days after closing, whichever comes later.
This warranty covers repairs to items the home inspector has found to be in good working condition at the time of inspection and are specifically listed within our warranty.
Your will never have a deductible to pay, and claims will be handled within 72 hours of completion. And if you already have a warranty, no problem. Ours can work in conjunction with an existing war
THE RECALLCHEK STORY
Since 1974, American citizens have been protected from dangerous items in their homes by federal law. Congress prescribed a system whereby if a manufacturer designed a dangerous product, they MUST recall all those items and FIX THEM FOR FREE!
The problem in the law is that most often it’s up to the consumer, to find out whether appliances are potential fire or safety hazards!
There is a database designed and managed by the government, but you would have to wade through 195 MILLION recalled items to find out if a dishwasher or air conditioner is a hazard to your clients.
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