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By QualityHomeInspections | Home Inspector in Atlanta, GA

Detailed Home Inspection Reports

There are many reasons a home owner needs a home inspection report before buying a home. One of the many reasons a home buyer hires a professional to inspect their home is because there is a lot of things that an average person will miss when looking at a home. To be quite frank, most home buyers look at the homes features rather than the homes functions and structures.

This is why having a professional inspect the home is important. We literally crawl and climb in areas that you probably wouldn't have looked. These areas would be the crawl space under the home or walking on the roof. Along with crawling and climbing through your home, we take pictures and write detailed unbiast information about the condition of your home.

These details and information that we collect is provided in a home inspection report. This home inspection report will be thorough yet easy to read. Our goal is to provide a home inspection overview that anyone can read and understand. We use the latest technology to help our clients and our home inspectors stay on the same page. 

We would like to have anyone that is about to purchase a home to review our sample home report. This will help you understand what we provide as qualified home inspectors when we service your home. 

If you have any questions about this post or the Roswell home inspection process. Give Ryan a call direct and he will be happy to provide informational answers that don't come with pressure sales tatics. 

Comments

By Barbara Carter, RE Asso Broker,  Sun Aug 12 2012, 10:26
Let the Buyer Beware- I strongly recommend a home inspection within 10 days of making an offer on a property, it is a contingency in my Offer to Purchase. Part of my purchase offer paperwork along with the property condition disclosure statement. Lead Paint booklet and Agency Disclosure, is form HUD-92564-CN http://www.epa.gov/radon/pdfs/hud_form_92564-cn.pdf in which the buyer must read and sign a document stating their choice to either not have or have a home inspection.
By Becky Morris,  Sun Aug 12 2012, 10:43
Excellent information. Thanks for sharing!
By QualityHomeInspections,  Tue Aug 14 2012, 16:28
Thanks for the reassurance Barbara and the great link for the Hud form.
By QualityHomeInspections,  Tue Aug 14 2012, 16:28
Thanks Becky!
By Linda S. Cefalu,  Fri Aug 17 2012, 06:31
Great reminder. We need to do a pre-sale inspection to help curb the negotiating power after the sale is accepted. We need to do our own inspection as a buyer. And............we need a home inspection on new construction.
By Russ Ravary,  Wed Mar 6 2013, 16:56
These are so many things a professional home inspector will find that "uncle joe" will miss
By Scott Hulen,  Wed Mar 6 2013, 18:19
Great comment by Linda “the pre-inspection is key!” If you are selling your home a pre inspection is a must do if not agents & inspectors are trained to hammer you and use the inspection as the ultimate negotiation tool. (This was not the original intent but like everything else that’s good & clean people screw it up) BIG HINT: If you hire an inspector try to hire one with credentials such as engineer or architect many inspectors have the same type of training as real estate agents 2 weeks of class, a test & a CEU or two & poof you are an expert!

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